After reading the poems of some of his closed ones, like his maternal uncle and two of his friends, Rahul felt to write poems like them.
The consecutive seven days effort resulted in total disappointment, he was unable to write a single line even was unable to form a single phrase.
Long three years have passed by from that day and now when he thinks about how the day was before going to sleep the reviews on his poetry by the readers and the listeners…”your poems contains so much pain”, “how do you write such painful poetry”, “it was really a heart wrenching one”…make him surprised.
The tears from his eyes from last sixteen years making his pillow wet every night, after the unintentional break up with Tina, but from last three years the pillow getting less wet, some water droplets has taken the form of poems.
In this context I wanna mention one of my shayris…
अर्ज़ किया है
तेरे दिए हुए आंसु
हर बून्द मे दर्द
सिमट लिया तो शायरी बन गइ.
Published in my “Tadap” Series, for more you can click here…Tadap(The Sufferings)
Such is the pain of one who leaves..you did this one quite differently.ReplyDelete
I feel your words.. Poetry can be healingReplyDelete
Pain is productive, no doubt. Well said by noted chhayawadi poet Dr. Sumitra Nandan pant..ReplyDelete
"Viyogi hoga pehla kavi, aah se upja hoga gaan,
Nikal kar aankhon se chupchaap, bahi hogi kavita anjaan. "
So nicely portrayed.
Yes shayris and poetries are very reliving.ReplyDelete
Wah wah! Your shayri is intense and beautiful.ReplyDelete
Noor Anand Chawla
Indeed it is pain that gives rise to the most heart wrenching words. Beautiful.ReplyDelete