Poetry

September 25, 2015 Poetry , POETRY / FICTION

By

Arvind Passey

 

 

When the poetry within us remains unwritten

 

 

‘Spring and catapult yourself out

Of this prison,’ whispered a thought, ‘Go out

And spring a surprise on spring!

 

And the thought toyed with the spring

In his hands, forgetting to spring

And he still looks out of eyes

 

That to us seem full of hope! Eyes

Don’t hope or do anything else, because eyes

Are just eyes and not thoughts!

 

 

 

 

 

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Arvind Passey

Arvind Passey began his professional life marching up and down the drill square of the Indian Military Academy as a gentleman cadet and ended his job-era playing hide-&-seek with media teams as the Head of Corporate Communications. A few of the 1800+ poems written by him are published in journals in India & UK but the rest remain in notebooks, loose sheets, penned on napkins and in computer files. He has had short-stories published in anthologies and articles in The Education Post, The Huffington Post, Business Insider, & MarketingBuzzar. He dreams of travelling to every country in the world… and of finally completing his first novel. On the social media he is /arvindpassey everywhere. Blog: http://passey.info

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