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(National Poetry Writing Month Day 13)
i gazed at my eyes
i forced myself to see
what they were up to
i tried to listen to them
browbeaten by bothersome brain
well-worn for want of repose
they remained silent for a while
looked back at me innocently
with an innate brightness
curiosity and will to see more
that is to say
what i was up to
ignorant of what they actually did
then i promised them a life
all have to die some time or other
be that as it may
i shall live
i shall live at least for my innocent eyes
i’ve promised my eyes my life
mourned day (moan day)
wedged-on day (waged nuts day)
thirst day (thrust day)
ahead of me
forcing me to accept
it started from my own feet
moving forward was my dwarf shadow
challenging my giant leaps
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- count me in your hard time
i’d try to be there
by your side
- time is tide
light is bright
life is brief
death is truth
date is late
fate is set
- i promise to remain away
you could be happy sans my presence
no more game
words are same
present or past
the die is cast!
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yet so far
When shines that
the insurmountable bar
I don’t know why
beats this heart
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After Gyanendra Shah’s “press conference”, some crude and rude media people took over the chair the recently dethroned king had just left and posed to the camera mimicking the former.(Photograph by Krishna Dhungana via mysansar.com)
And they boastfully tried to justify what they did in front of the television camera! I was ashamed seeing the photo session and hearing their cheap words.
Reportedly, some of them vandalized the hall and tried to “steal” some valuables also.
“On duty” Nepalese journos presented them as uncivil in front of the foreign “lenses” through which the rest of the world is watching the development in Nepal. Being a scribe of one-time, I am ashamed of the unmannerly and unethical drama by the social watchdogs. What I think is they were supposed to be messengers primarily during their job of reporting. Their personal choice or political inclination should have been secondary at the palace today!
Do all of us know what the heck social moral responsibility is?
When shall journalists learn the culture and good manners?
Was really pissed off (and sort of happy also) seeing this picture published in today’s Kantipur Daily; Mr. Western Journo too is enjoying the hot seat and busy posing… It’s not only Nepali media people then! :)
हग्नेलाई भन्दा देख्नेलाई लाज भनेको यही हो।
As suggested by NepaliAkash, here is Dance Monkeys Dance! Watch it!
The monarchy has authentically been abolished by the newly elected Constituent Assembly, after all.
However, I wonder whether the vestiges of the noblesse/feudalism/autocracy could be decimated successfully. The attitude is the same; not that easy to change it.
Look at Aarju Deuba née Rana, for an instance! She still brags on being granddaughter of one of the Rana rulers. It’s all because of the fortune that she and her parents inherited from the autocrats by looting the national treasure!
Had the then government after the big change in 2007 BS nationalized all the property the Ranas,in one way or another, stole from the state and the people, Aarju sort of people would not shoot a line that way…
Because it’s the wealth that services a person status and power.
Now, if Gyanendra Shah and the family is given an opportunity to master the property that they garnered or inherited
entertaining the royal line, it would be unfair. To people, for sure.
Only abolishing the monarchy won’t change the scenario; give the royalties a chance to live as dignified citizens but sequester the property that they have stolen!
Why to see more Aarjus!
Well, here is Sanyukta Shrestha’s work!
It’s awesome and heart-touching. For sure, of world class.
However, I wonder why the golden colour here is high-and-mighty. May be the colour combination is vintage Sanyukta. :) That colour reminded me one of your works hung at the back of our classroom. Yes, the one that I wanted to steal (on time) but somebody else did that in time! :( Does anyone have idea who the lucky thief is?
तर म त गर्मो खप्न सक्दिन! के गर्ने होला खै?
Desktop not working at all, laptop too with problems……….
I wish there were no computer viruses. :(
The new one that has been my headache is kinza.exe. McAfee detects and quarantines it. However cannnot delete it.
I tried to play with Kaspersky. But it fired me back. My computer that has 2GB RAM and 1.6 GHz processor became very very very very very very …………. slow.
Finally, I uninstalled it.
Tired with Windows’ problems and virus attacks, shall I take to Linux now? How user friendly is it?
By the way, I dont know what happened to my desktop. Only I hear the fan’s srrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. No other activities…………. No light at motherboard, but yes while pressing the turn off button, there is yellow light at the hard disk. What really happened is I tried to check an old hard disk. But…………. may be it’s problems with the power socket……….. May be with motherboard. But hopefully not with the harddisk. I have all my property in that little thing.
Hmmmmmmmmmmm Jwalanta is out there to help me rescue the documents.
Let’s see how good it will be to me.
Violated Nepal-India Border « Border Nepal
By Buddhi Narayan Shrestha
Don’t put your logic on
everything every time; enjoy the beauty of things you come across.
I am unaware if it’s bromide or a fruition of Naresh’s cerebration. However, I was amazed at him when he said so.
Awesome, mind-blowing, inspirational…
I was compelled to think twice before I responded to him.
Enjoy the beauty of things? Yes, I did. His statement is really beautiful and I am enjoying it.
Now on I have decided to “try to” be a good listener and enjoy the beauty of what others say.