Do you know how there are moments when the world moves so slowly you can feel your bones shifting, your mind tumbling? When you think that no matter what happens to you for the rest of your life, you will remember every last detail of that one minute forever? - Jodi Picoult
Someday I want to meet this poet. He seems like my spiritual brother!
It was like watching the sun set over an exhausted horizon; seeing her fall softly asleep in my arms. I always felt this connection between her and the universe, like every time I experienced her, I was experiencing the universe. It was something I could never shake. Something I could never fathom into even the most delicate words.
To the one, who always taught us to smile in every situation, whether happy or sad; to not let the negativity out there disrupt our peace; to be kind to one another and be there for each other; to speak our heart out even if it isn't appreciated by the crowd; to be fiercely opinionated; and at last, to spread love, laughter and joy. A collaboration, from his OGs, @jaya___@kin_jo and I, to him. For, our dear brother would've loved to see this. And yes I won't ever forget that ''Babumoshai, zindagi badi honi chahiye, lambi nahi".
Words of his spread hope so big A mine of happiness yielding more the more you dig A bright sunshine in a world so sad Infectious humor turning everything good from bad A brother, friend, poet, comedian Living by ideology of carpe diem Full of vigor making life memorable Weaving his own endearing fable Always in our memories and our thoughts All his battles he bravely fought Becoming A guiding light to love our lives His hopeful vivacious spirit surely never dies!!
Words of his spread hope so big Words so jovial and band-aid banter, His style of comic An effulgent ray amongst the world so dark With a heart so tender, a rare gleaming spark An invigorating breeze chasing away the gloom Spreading smiles and giggles in magic woods tune A brother, a friend, a kind of light Tho, A gleaming star in the blue moon delight
A year back he found a new place To roast, grow and reside Teaching us lessons of unborn tomorrow In the silent night