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Welcome to My New Poetry Blog

Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken.

— Oscar Wilde.

This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.

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“sin”

So who is this DEADPOET Don’t worry, this is me only. while looking at past I understood rather gained something from the past. so I am trying to put that here.

The template has some content written in it, and this is the story of a guy, who has great sense of every thing happening around him he believes that looking at the world in a third person give you something deep and meaningful, the essence of every happening, the meaning of every yes and know, meaning of every new and old, and meaning of love and hate, basically he was a guy who is artist of words but in another he is a magician who knows the feelings meaning of feeling as well as the face of feelings and unfortunately when he started his education while dealing with trigonometric “sin” he failed but he never understood mathematical “sin” as good as the word “sin” days passed but while dealing with mathematical sin the ARTIST, MAGICIAN within him died.

Stars in REALITY

Irony is that those whose sleep under concrete roof say “TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE STAR”. And those who have SKY as a roof don’t even know what is ” TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE STAR” .

Hi everyone this my first blog here, and the lines written above is something abstract or some kind of fancy to everyone of you. so let me brief, I hope you all like it.

In the rainy season, travelling in a main city road dew on the side windows of cars, and everyone rushing towards home, at the signal a boy almost a 7-8 yrs old comes and try to sell his garlands to me, i looked at him bare feet hands shivering because of cold and struggling for everyday life even he was convincing me to buy his product, and he was actually good in convincing, and to my surprise he was not selling it for first time but from last 3 years. dirty clothes bare feet but the confidence and the shine in his eyes made me think about him, and I started comparing him with the 7 years old kid who go to school with well ironed clothes tiffin new books and with some dream, then i realized something that his parents don’t even have a shelter to cover him he sleeps everyday while looking at those stars, but he don’t know what is “TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE STARS”, And from that day while sleeping i remember TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE STARS but these stars are not in the sky but those shining eyes of that kid.

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