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"ghaint jatt ghaint jatt ni duniya ch stylish att jatt ni chare pase bhanjra paunda jatt ni .heer sohni.sassi sahiba di rees kre jatt ni ghaint jatt.writer guri punjabi"

ghaint jatt 
ghaint jatt ni 
duniya ch stylish att
jatt ni
chare pase bhanjra paunda
jatt ni .heer sohni.sassi sahiba
di rees kre jatt ni
ghaint jatt.writer guri punjabi

ghaint @#@ jatt $#@%ni

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"Thanks and gratitude to Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, an eminent poet and literary critic for writing a beautiful critical appreciation on my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE-9'.Thank you very much, sir, for your wonderful review Smruti Ranjaniji, Your poem titled"A Look At Life-9" is a poem of spiritually attuned nature bringing forth to us a transcendentalist transformative ideology of life, we human beings do have to pursue in our day to day life. The lives we lead in this world are not meant to simply while away rather we need to ponder over their meanings in a substantial and enormous manner. Sometimes, we must be self-introspective and self-retrospective in terms of our lives, we also need to turn to the path of spirituality to understand the mysteries connected with this world. We must not have the notion that this life on this earth is the end of it rather we have to consider it as a platform to reach the perfect abode that is charted out for us there in heaven. This life here on this earth must be a constant search for truth from one end to the next. If we perceive this life as the endgame, then we miss always the woods for the trees or we make a molehill out of a mountain associated with heavenly life and perennial universal truths. It is time that we make a renewed pitch to pinpoint about, from where we have come and to where we travel in this life, our lives must be a search to locate this permanent truth regarding our lives. Of course, it is a poem of philosophical as well as theological nature in equal measure. Kudos to you for composing such a poem of highly divinely based one. Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil.The Head of the English Department Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 10th October 2017. A LOOK AT LIFE-9 BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY Life is not all about Dreaming and enduring It is an opportunity To look at oneself And move a few steps ahead It is not an end in itself Rather a means to the end The end is to know the truth That is so far under the veil To treat life as an end Is nothing but doing injustice to oneself And to miss the opportunity That may not come again and again Better to get up And seek the source From where we have come To where ultimately we go Rather confine to the transition Temporary and unreal copyright@smrutiranjan 11.6.2015"

Thanks and gratitude to Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, an eminent poet and literary critic for writing a beautiful critical appreciation on my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE-9'.Thank you very much, sir, for your wonderful review

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"A Look At Life-9" is a poem of spiritually attuned nature bringing forth to us a transcendentalist transformative ideology of life, we human beings do have to pursue in our day to day life. The lives we lead in this world are not meant to simply while away rather we need to ponder over their meanings in a substantial and enormous manner. Sometimes, we must be self-introspective and self-retrospective in terms of our lives, we also need to turn to the path of spirituality to understand the mysteries connected with this world. We must not have the notion that this life on this earth is the end of it rather we have to consider it as a platform to reach the perfect abode that is charted out for us there in heaven. This life here on this earth must be a constant search for truth from one end to the next. If we perceive this life as the endgame, then we miss always the woods for the trees or we make a molehill out of a mountain associated with heavenly life and perennial universal truths. It is time that we make a renewed pitch to pinpoint about, from where we have come and to where we travel in this life, our lives must be a search to locate this permanent truth regarding our lives. Of course,  it is a poem of philosophical as well as theological nature in equal measure. Kudos to you for composing such a poem of highly divinely based one.

Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil.The Head of the English Department Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 10th October 2017.

A LOOK AT LIFE-9
BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Life is not all about
Dreaming and enduring
It is an opportunity
To look at oneself
And move a few steps ahead

It is not an end in itself
Rather a means to the end
The end is to know the truth
That is so far under the veil

To treat life as an end
Is nothing but doing injustice to oneself
And to miss the opportunity 
That may not come again and again

Better to get up
And seek the source
From where we have come
To where ultimately we go
Rather confine to the transition
Temporary and unreal

copyright@smrutiranjan 11.6.2015

#Thanks and gratitude to Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, an eminent poet and literary critic for writing a beautiful critical appreciation on my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE-9'.Thank you very much, sir, for your wonderful review

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"A Look At Life-9" is a poem of spiritually attuned nature bringing forth to us a transcendentalist transformative ideology of life, we human beings do have to pursue in our day to day life. The lives we lead in this world are not meant to simply while away rather we need to ponder over their meanings in a substantial and enormous manner. Sometimes, we must be self-introspective and self-retrospective in terms of our lives, we also need to turn to the path of spirituality to understand the mysteries connected with this world. We must not have the notion that this life on this earth is the end of it rather we have to consider it as a platform to reach the perfect abode that is charted out for us there in heaven. This life here on this earth must be a constant search for truth from one end to the next. If we perceive this life as the endgame, then we miss always the woods for the trees or we make a molehill out of a mountain associated with heavenly life and perennial universal truths. It is time that we make a renewed pitch to pinpoint about, from where we have come and to where we travel in this life, our lives must be a search to locate this permanent truth regarding our lives. Of course, it is a poem of philosophical as well as theological nature in equal measure. Kudos to you for composing such a poem of highly divinely based one.

Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil.The Head of the English Department Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 10th October 2017.

A LOOK AT LIFE-9
BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Life is not all about
Dreaming and enduring
It is an opportunity
To look at oneself
And move a few steps ahead

It is not an end in itself
Rather a means to the end
The end is to know the truth
That is so far under the veil

To treat life as an end
Is nothing but doing injustice to oneself
And to miss the opportunity
That may not come again and again

Better to get up
And seek the source
From where we have come
To where ultimately we go
Rather confine to the transition
Temporary and unreal

copyright@smrutiranjan 11.6.2015

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"Saari duniya ch jehdi cheej Mood ton hi ban ae Marjani patlo ji sukhe di fan ae x (2) Na gall googly kise di gaule Na gall googly kise di gaule Te saheli mar***ana khinch di Ho gaddi jatt di cho uth de varole Te saheli mar***ana khinch di x (2) Saheli saheli mar***ana khinch di Ji pehlan fashion’an di patti Hunn paundi salwar ae Parada diyan ainak’an Chon ankh dindi maar ae x (20 Ho poore west taakt vich raule Poore west taakt vich raule Te saheli mar***ana khinch di Ho gaddi jatt di cho uth de varole Te saheli mar***ana khinch di x (2) Saheli saheli mar***ana khinch di Ho munde vehli naal khaindi Phire akh muteyar di Hai shot ma zareeri Shot hath laya maardi x (2) Maheene ek ch vakha te ankh tode Maheene ek ch vakha te ankh tode Te saheli mar***ana khinch di Ho gaddi jatt di cho uth de varole Te saheli mar***ana khinch di x (2) Saheli saheli mar***ana khinch di Yo cup vich pau munda kokeyan da naar nu Sidhi kar dena vigdi muteyar nu x (2) Ho lainda golden sangera vi karole Ho lainda golden sangera vi karole Te saheli mar***ana khinch di Ho gaddi jatt di cho uth de varole Te saheli mar***ana khinch di x (2) Saheli saheli mar***ana khinch di Read more at: http://www.lyricsbull.com/blunt-kambi/"

Saari duniya ch jehdi cheej
Mood ton hi ban ae
Marjani patlo ji sukhe di fan ae x (2)

Na gall googly kise di gaule
Na gall googly kise di gaule
Te saheli mar***ana khinch di

Ho gaddi jatt di cho uth de varole
Te saheli mar***ana khinch di x (2)

Saheli saheli mar***ana khinch di

Ji pehlan fashion’an di patti
Hunn paundi salwar ae
Parada diyan ainak’an
Chon ankh dindi maar ae x (20

Ho poore west taakt vich raule
Poore west taakt vich raule
Te saheli mar***ana khinch di

Ho gaddi jatt di cho uth de varole
Te saheli mar***ana khinch di x (2)

Saheli saheli mar***ana khinch di

Ho munde vehli naal khaindi
Phire akh muteyar di
Hai shot ma zareeri
Shot hath laya maardi x (2)

Maheene ek ch vakha te ankh tode
Maheene ek ch vakha te ankh tode
Te saheli mar***ana khinch di

Ho gaddi jatt di cho uth de varole
Te saheli mar***ana khinch di x (2)

Saheli saheli mar***ana khinch di

Yo cup vich pau munda kokeyan da naar nu
Sidhi kar dena vigdi muteyar nu x (2)

Ho lainda golden sangera vi karole
Ho lainda golden sangera vi karole
Te saheli mar***ana khinch di

Ho gaddi jatt di cho uth de varole
Te saheli mar***ana khinch di x (2)

Saheli saheli mar***ana khinch di


Read more at: http://www.lyricsbull.com/blunt-kambi/

 

5 Love

"#OpenPoetry people say that if it is not okay... then it is not the end... i say that end is end.... after end u cant say, this is not the end"

#OpenPoetry people say that if it is not okay...
then it is not the end...
i say that end is end....
after end u cant say, this is not the end

End is end

5 Love

"SOMETHING I LOOK AT-93 BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY Wars end in defeats Both the victor and vanquished suffer alike, incurring loses huge and unacceptable, causing irreparable damage to humanity and its collective conscience, and both having bleeding wounds deep inside that can't be shown to anyone else. In its womb grow the seeds of future wars In it manifests man's innate urge to subjugate In it a vivid display of ego and animosity, a naked parade of hatred and jealousy, a blatant esire to remain at the top in an unequal world of squalor and poverty. The world wars tell it all The victory of pride and greed, emotions and passions, ego and vanity over rationality and peace and all that makes the world such a beautiful place to live in. The darkest chapter of human history speaks volumes of man, his craving for identity, a place unmatched and the sheer madness to achieve it by all means. Hiroshima bears testimony to the victory of forces inimical to man and his development It tells how sad and pathetic life can be, how man and his madness can put an end to everything he has lovingly built and nourished. Hiroshima witnessed the harrowing tales of many, their wounded ego and shattered life, the poignant deaths of thousands who were yet to see the world and live a life and those who survived death and endured a life more pathetic and horrible than dying death hundred times. Hiroshima speaks emphatically The world can ill afford another tragedy We are to understand its language, keep the wound alive and bleeding to see and reassess it time and again. We are the same as we were then having the same instincts, pride, ego and jealousy flowing in our artery and vein. Hardly we understand the language of peace and love, but for the sake of our own survival we are to restrain our hunger for more power and territory, put an end to the arms race and make the world a better place to live, love and relinquish. ©Smruti Ranjan Mohanty 4.8.2018"

SOMETHING I LOOK AT-93
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Wars end in defeats
Both the victor and vanquished 
suffer alike, incurring loses huge and unacceptable, causing irreparable damage 
to humanity and its collective conscience,
and both having bleeding wounds deep inside
that can't be shown to anyone else.

In its womb grow the seeds of future wars
In it  manifests man's innate urge to subjugate 
In it a vivid display of ego and animosity,
a naked parade of hatred and jealousy, a blatant esire to remain at the top in an unequal world of squalor and poverty.

The world wars tell it all
The victory of pride and greed,
emotions and passions, ego and vanity
over rationality and peace and all 
that makes the world such a beautiful 
place to live in.

The darkest chapter of human history
speaks volumes of man, his craving for identity, a place unmatched 
and the sheer madness to achieve it
by all means.

Hiroshima bears testimony to the victory
of forces inimical to man and his development
It tells how sad and pathetic life can be, how man and his madness can put an end to everything he has lovingly built and nourished.

Hiroshima witnessed the harrowing tales of many, their wounded ego and shattered life, the poignant deaths of thousands who were yet to see the world and live a life and those who survived death and endured a life more pathetic and horrible than dying death hundred times.

Hiroshima speaks emphatically 
The world can ill afford another tragedy
We are to understand its language,
keep the wound alive and bleeding
to see and reassess it time and again.
We are the same as we were then
having the same instincts, pride, ego and jealousy  flowing in our artery and vein.
Hardly we understand the language of peace and love, but for the sake of our own survival we are to restrain our hunger for more power and territory, put an end
to the arms race and make the world
a better place to live, love and relinquish.

©Smruti Ranjan Mohanty 4.8.2018

#something I LOOK AT-93
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Wars end in defeats
Both the victor and vanquished
suffer alike, incurring loses huge and unacceptable, causing irreparable damage
to humanity and its collective conscience,
and both having bleeding wounds deep inside
that can't be shown to anyone else.

In its womb grow the seeds of future wars
In it manifests man's innate urge to subjugate
In it a vivid display of ego and animosity,
a naked parade of hatred and jealousy, a blatant esire to remain at the top in an unequal world of squalor and poverty.

The world wars tell it all
The victory of pride and greed,
emotions and passions, ego and vanity
over rationality and peace and all
that makes the world such a beautiful
place to live in.

The darkest chapter of human history
speaks volumes of man, his craving for identity, a place unmatched
and the sheer madness to achieve it
by all means.

Hiroshima bears testimony to the victory
of forces inimical to man and his development
It tells how sad and pathetic life can be, how man and his madness can put an end to everything he has lovingly built and nourished.

Hiroshima witnessed the harrowing tales of many, their wounded ego and shattered life, the poignant deaths of thousands who were yet to see the world and live a life and those who survived death and endured a life more pathetic and horrible than dying death hundred times.

Hiroshima speaks emphatically
The world can ill afford another tragedy
We are to understand its language,
keep the wound alive and bleeding
to see and reassess it time and again.
We are the same as we were then
having the same instincts, pride, ego and jealousy flowing in our artery and vein.
Hardly we understand the language of peace and love, but for the sake of our own survival we are to restrain our hunger for more power and territory, put an end
to the arms race and make the world
a better place to live, love and relinquish.

©Smruti Ranjan Mohanty 4.8.2018

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"ghaint jatt ghaint jatt ni duniya ch stylish att jatt ni chare pase bhanjra paunda jatt ni .heer sohni.sassi sahiba di rees kre jatt ni ghaint jatt.writer guri punjabi"

ghaint jatt 
ghaint jatt ni 
duniya ch stylish att
jatt ni
chare pase bhanjra paunda
jatt ni .heer sohni.sassi sahiba
di rees kre jatt ni
ghaint jatt.writer guri punjabi

ghaint @#@ jatt $#@%ni

5 Love
1 Share

"Thanks and gratitude to Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, an eminent poet and literary critic for writing a beautiful critical appreciation on my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE-9'.Thank you very much, sir, for your wonderful review Smruti Ranjaniji, Your poem titled"A Look At Life-9" is a poem of spiritually attuned nature bringing forth to us a transcendentalist transformative ideology of life, we human beings do have to pursue in our day to day life. The lives we lead in this world are not meant to simply while away rather we need to ponder over their meanings in a substantial and enormous manner. Sometimes, we must be self-introspective and self-retrospective in terms of our lives, we also need to turn to the path of spirituality to understand the mysteries connected with this world. We must not have the notion that this life on this earth is the end of it rather we have to consider it as a platform to reach the perfect abode that is charted out for us there in heaven. This life here on this earth must be a constant search for truth from one end to the next. If we perceive this life as the endgame, then we miss always the woods for the trees or we make a molehill out of a mountain associated with heavenly life and perennial universal truths. It is time that we make a renewed pitch to pinpoint about, from where we have come and to where we travel in this life, our lives must be a search to locate this permanent truth regarding our lives. Of course, it is a poem of philosophical as well as theological nature in equal measure. Kudos to you for composing such a poem of highly divinely based one. Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil.The Head of the English Department Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 10th October 2017. A LOOK AT LIFE-9 BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY Life is not all about Dreaming and enduring It is an opportunity To look at oneself And move a few steps ahead It is not an end in itself Rather a means to the end The end is to know the truth That is so far under the veil To treat life as an end Is nothing but doing injustice to oneself And to miss the opportunity That may not come again and again Better to get up And seek the source From where we have come To where ultimately we go Rather confine to the transition Temporary and unreal copyright@smrutiranjan 11.6.2015"

Thanks and gratitude to Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, an eminent poet and literary critic for writing a beautiful critical appreciation on my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE-9'.Thank you very much, sir, for your wonderful review

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"A Look At Life-9" is a poem of spiritually attuned nature bringing forth to us a transcendentalist transformative ideology of life, we human beings do have to pursue in our day to day life. The lives we lead in this world are not meant to simply while away rather we need to ponder over their meanings in a substantial and enormous manner. Sometimes, we must be self-introspective and self-retrospective in terms of our lives, we also need to turn to the path of spirituality to understand the mysteries connected with this world. We must not have the notion that this life on this earth is the end of it rather we have to consider it as a platform to reach the perfect abode that is charted out for us there in heaven. This life here on this earth must be a constant search for truth from one end to the next. If we perceive this life as the endgame, then we miss always the woods for the trees or we make a molehill out of a mountain associated with heavenly life and perennial universal truths. It is time that we make a renewed pitch to pinpoint about, from where we have come and to where we travel in this life, our lives must be a search to locate this permanent truth regarding our lives. Of course,  it is a poem of philosophical as well as theological nature in equal measure. Kudos to you for composing such a poem of highly divinely based one.

Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil.The Head of the English Department Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 10th October 2017.

A LOOK AT LIFE-9
BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Life is not all about
Dreaming and enduring
It is an opportunity
To look at oneself
And move a few steps ahead

It is not an end in itself
Rather a means to the end
The end is to know the truth
That is so far under the veil

To treat life as an end
Is nothing but doing injustice to oneself
And to miss the opportunity 
That may not come again and again

Better to get up
And seek the source
From where we have come
To where ultimately we go
Rather confine to the transition
Temporary and unreal

copyright@smrutiranjan 11.6.2015

#Thanks and gratitude to Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, an eminent poet and literary critic for writing a beautiful critical appreciation on my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE-9'.Thank you very much, sir, for your wonderful review

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"A Look At Life-9" is a poem of spiritually attuned nature bringing forth to us a transcendentalist transformative ideology of life, we human beings do have to pursue in our day to day life. The lives we lead in this world are not meant to simply while away rather we need to ponder over their meanings in a substantial and enormous manner. Sometimes, we must be self-introspective and self-retrospective in terms of our lives, we also need to turn to the path of spirituality to understand the mysteries connected with this world. We must not have the notion that this life on this earth is the end of it rather we have to consider it as a platform to reach the perfect abode that is charted out for us there in heaven. This life here on this earth must be a constant search for truth from one end to the next. If we perceive this life as the endgame, then we miss always the woods for the trees or we make a molehill out of a mountain associated with heavenly life and perennial universal truths. It is time that we make a renewed pitch to pinpoint about, from where we have come and to where we travel in this life, our lives must be a search to locate this permanent truth regarding our lives. Of course, it is a poem of philosophical as well as theological nature in equal measure. Kudos to you for composing such a poem of highly divinely based one.

Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil.The Head of the English Department Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 10th October 2017.

A LOOK AT LIFE-9
BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Life is not all about
Dreaming and enduring
It is an opportunity
To look at oneself
And move a few steps ahead

It is not an end in itself
Rather a means to the end
The end is to know the truth
That is so far under the veil

To treat life as an end
Is nothing but doing injustice to oneself
And to miss the opportunity
That may not come again and again

Better to get up
And seek the source
From where we have come
To where ultimately we go
Rather confine to the transition
Temporary and unreal

copyright@smrutiranjan 11.6.2015

2 Love

"Saari duniya ch jehdi cheej Mood ton hi ban ae Marjani patlo ji sukhe di fan ae x (2) Na gall googly kise di gaule Na gall googly kise di gaule Te saheli mar***ana khinch di Ho gaddi jatt di cho uth de varole Te saheli mar***ana khinch di x (2) Saheli saheli mar***ana khinch di Ji pehlan fashion’an di patti Hunn paundi salwar ae Parada diyan ainak’an Chon ankh dindi maar ae x (20 Ho poore west taakt vich raule Poore west taakt vich raule Te saheli mar***ana khinch di Ho gaddi jatt di cho uth de varole Te saheli mar***ana khinch di x (2) Saheli saheli mar***ana khinch di Ho munde vehli naal khaindi Phire akh muteyar di Hai shot ma zareeri Shot hath laya maardi x (2) Maheene ek ch vakha te ankh tode Maheene ek ch vakha te ankh tode Te saheli mar***ana khinch di Ho gaddi jatt di cho uth de varole Te saheli mar***ana khinch di x (2) Saheli saheli mar***ana khinch di Yo cup vich pau munda kokeyan da naar nu Sidhi kar dena vigdi muteyar nu x (2) Ho lainda golden sangera vi karole Ho lainda golden sangera vi karole Te saheli mar***ana khinch di Ho gaddi jatt di cho uth de varole Te saheli mar***ana khinch di x (2) Saheli saheli mar***ana khinch di Read more at: http://www.lyricsbull.com/blunt-kambi/"

Saari duniya ch jehdi cheej
Mood ton hi ban ae
Marjani patlo ji sukhe di fan ae x (2)

Na gall googly kise di gaule
Na gall googly kise di gaule
Te saheli mar***ana khinch di

Ho gaddi jatt di cho uth de varole
Te saheli mar***ana khinch di x (2)

Saheli saheli mar***ana khinch di

Ji pehlan fashion’an di patti
Hunn paundi salwar ae
Parada diyan ainak’an
Chon ankh dindi maar ae x (20

Ho poore west taakt vich raule
Poore west taakt vich raule
Te saheli mar***ana khinch di

Ho gaddi jatt di cho uth de varole
Te saheli mar***ana khinch di x (2)

Saheli saheli mar***ana khinch di

Ho munde vehli naal khaindi
Phire akh muteyar di
Hai shot ma zareeri
Shot hath laya maardi x (2)

Maheene ek ch vakha te ankh tode
Maheene ek ch vakha te ankh tode
Te saheli mar***ana khinch di

Ho gaddi jatt di cho uth de varole
Te saheli mar***ana khinch di x (2)

Saheli saheli mar***ana khinch di

Yo cup vich pau munda kokeyan da naar nu
Sidhi kar dena vigdi muteyar nu x (2)

Ho lainda golden sangera vi karole
Ho lainda golden sangera vi karole
Te saheli mar***ana khinch di

Ho gaddi jatt di cho uth de varole
Te saheli mar***ana khinch di x (2)

Saheli saheli mar***ana khinch di


Read more at: http://www.lyricsbull.com/blunt-kambi/

 

5 Love

"#OpenPoetry people say that if it is not okay... then it is not the end... i say that end is end.... after end u cant say, this is not the end"

#OpenPoetry people say that if it is not okay...
then it is not the end...
i say that end is end....
after end u cant say, this is not the end

End is end

5 Love

"SOMETHING I LOOK AT-93 BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY Wars end in defeats Both the victor and vanquished suffer alike, incurring loses huge and unacceptable, causing irreparable damage to humanity and its collective conscience, and both having bleeding wounds deep inside that can't be shown to anyone else. In its womb grow the seeds of future wars In it manifests man's innate urge to subjugate In it a vivid display of ego and animosity, a naked parade of hatred and jealousy, a blatant esire to remain at the top in an unequal world of squalor and poverty. The world wars tell it all The victory of pride and greed, emotions and passions, ego and vanity over rationality and peace and all that makes the world such a beautiful place to live in. The darkest chapter of human history speaks volumes of man, his craving for identity, a place unmatched and the sheer madness to achieve it by all means. Hiroshima bears testimony to the victory of forces inimical to man and his development It tells how sad and pathetic life can be, how man and his madness can put an end to everything he has lovingly built and nourished. Hiroshima witnessed the harrowing tales of many, their wounded ego and shattered life, the poignant deaths of thousands who were yet to see the world and live a life and those who survived death and endured a life more pathetic and horrible than dying death hundred times. Hiroshima speaks emphatically The world can ill afford another tragedy We are to understand its language, keep the wound alive and bleeding to see and reassess it time and again. We are the same as we were then having the same instincts, pride, ego and jealousy flowing in our artery and vein. Hardly we understand the language of peace and love, but for the sake of our own survival we are to restrain our hunger for more power and territory, put an end to the arms race and make the world a better place to live, love and relinquish. ©Smruti Ranjan Mohanty 4.8.2018"

SOMETHING I LOOK AT-93
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Wars end in defeats
Both the victor and vanquished 
suffer alike, incurring loses huge and unacceptable, causing irreparable damage 
to humanity and its collective conscience,
and both having bleeding wounds deep inside
that can't be shown to anyone else.

In its womb grow the seeds of future wars
In it  manifests man's innate urge to subjugate 
In it a vivid display of ego and animosity,
a naked parade of hatred and jealousy, a blatant esire to remain at the top in an unequal world of squalor and poverty.

The world wars tell it all
The victory of pride and greed,
emotions and passions, ego and vanity
over rationality and peace and all 
that makes the world such a beautiful 
place to live in.

The darkest chapter of human history
speaks volumes of man, his craving for identity, a place unmatched 
and the sheer madness to achieve it
by all means.

Hiroshima bears testimony to the victory
of forces inimical to man and his development
It tells how sad and pathetic life can be, how man and his madness can put an end to everything he has lovingly built and nourished.

Hiroshima witnessed the harrowing tales of many, their wounded ego and shattered life, the poignant deaths of thousands who were yet to see the world and live a life and those who survived death and endured a life more pathetic and horrible than dying death hundred times.

Hiroshima speaks emphatically 
The world can ill afford another tragedy
We are to understand its language,
keep the wound alive and bleeding
to see and reassess it time and again.
We are the same as we were then
having the same instincts, pride, ego and jealousy  flowing in our artery and vein.
Hardly we understand the language of peace and love, but for the sake of our own survival we are to restrain our hunger for more power and territory, put an end
to the arms race and make the world
a better place to live, love and relinquish.

©Smruti Ranjan Mohanty 4.8.2018

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BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Wars end in defeats
Both the victor and vanquished
suffer alike, incurring loses huge and unacceptable, causing irreparable damage
to humanity and its collective conscience,
and both having bleeding wounds deep inside
that can't be shown to anyone else.

In its womb grow the seeds of future wars
In it manifests man's innate urge to subjugate
In it a vivid display of ego and animosity,
a naked parade of hatred and jealousy, a blatant esire to remain at the top in an unequal world of squalor and poverty.

The world wars tell it all
The victory of pride and greed,
emotions and passions, ego and vanity
over rationality and peace and all
that makes the world such a beautiful
place to live in.

The darkest chapter of human history
speaks volumes of man, his craving for identity, a place unmatched
and the sheer madness to achieve it
by all means.

Hiroshima bears testimony to the victory
of forces inimical to man and his development
It tells how sad and pathetic life can be, how man and his madness can put an end to everything he has lovingly built and nourished.

Hiroshima witnessed the harrowing tales of many, their wounded ego and shattered life, the poignant deaths of thousands who were yet to see the world and live a life and those who survived death and endured a life more pathetic and horrible than dying death hundred times.

Hiroshima speaks emphatically
The world can ill afford another tragedy
We are to understand its language,
keep the wound alive and bleeding
to see and reassess it time and again.
We are the same as we were then
having the same instincts, pride, ego and jealousy flowing in our artery and vein.
Hardly we understand the language of peace and love, but for the sake of our own survival we are to restrain our hunger for more power and territory, put an end
to the arms race and make the world
a better place to live, love and relinquish.

©Smruti Ranjan Mohanty 4.8.2018

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