Monday, 26 November 2012

Titled Abc...

A moment is all I need,
Bestow your presence before my eyes,
Celebrated much shall be your form,
Deny not my Master for what I ask,
Enable me to see from the mind's eyes.
Force is your supreme power,
Gone with the wind this world if you wish.
Halt never till you have poured the last drop of wealth,
I call it wealth, the one that can never be diminished,
Jauntiness is what this wealth gives me,
Knowledge is the wealth I ask for,
Learning in depths is what I crave for,
More than the material, it is man who is the Master of material and love.
Not less a degree of description with regard to this creature,
Only this majestic living thing holds both, the good and evil,
Priority lies within - to right the wrong.
Quenches the thirst we think, but forever remain thirsty,
Road of knowledge teaches us to be humble and giving.
Stillness of moments is relished in memories and serve to learning,
Transition is what helps humankind to break the shackles with the earthly means.
Universal oneness is the ultimate goal,
Vivid is the way of thinking and approach in its attainment.
Worldly pleasure has no weight but for worldly knowledge on contrary.
Xanadu was the place Coleridge chose to portray the ideal; wanting us to work to perfection,
Yelp too produces a musical note emphasizing that noise too is music,
Zealous is what you become when you learn 'how to learn'!


SchoolLibrary said...

thanks for suggesting, its really good. You just made my day, I enjoyed reading this
thank you

Suhasini Srihari said...

I'm glad you liked it Sir! I shall inform you of my blog updates as and when I post it! :)

Sunil Kumar said...

Hmmm Wow Good write up. Guru na meerida sishya :) Will you be my Guru

Suhasini Srihari said...

Haha... Guru yavathigedru 'Guru' ne swami! Naavu jeevanavidi 'shisya' aage badukuthivi! :)

Mithila Mohan said...

Awesome one the write up inspired me from the letter G onward,,, good to know that my cousin has inspirational quotes written by herself... Now a days, people crave for inspirational quotes since competition is at its peak... Would send every line by SMS to the ones I send Inspirational Quotes... Thanks a ton for sharing with me... Will look forward to read more...

Rakhee Prasad said...

Its really a food for thought!! Good one!!

Suhasini Srihari said...

Thank you Rakhee! :)

Suhasini Srihari said...

Thank you for taking your time out and reading my write-up! Shall update you whenever I post such write-ups. And thank you for the kind message as well! :)

Arvind said...

Great sis...i liked the pattern of A-Z but more so, the individual thoughtful verses that seem to have a peculiar attraction..really enjoyed it..keep them coming!!

Suhasini Srihari said...

Thank you bro! :)

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Tiger Slayer by Order (1901) (Linked Table of Contents)Tiger Slayer by Order (1901) by Charles Elphinstone Gouldsbury
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Gouldsbury's attempt to recreate notes and stories recorded by Digby Davies is really up to the mark. The writer narrates almost all the incidents of Davies' encounter with several 'wild beasts/brutes' (as used by Davies), and Davies' position as a 'Tiger Slayer'. The book is quite engaging when one is reading from the perspective to understand how the British treated the colonized world (here, India and Africa), and their experiences with the natives allowed them to create an image of the natives for the Whites. The book also reveals, in someway, the natives' attitude towards their colonial masters - some very fawning, and some others imitating the dacoits. It is an interesting read to understand the India under the British Raj.

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