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Friday, 16 November 2012

पटरियाँ

हम सब रेल की पटरियाँ:
दौड़ते समानान्तर 
मीलों - मील ज़िन्दगी भर ;

मिलते  हैं बस कुछ पल 
फिर से बिछुड़ जाने को 
हमेशा के लिए !


इसके साथ ये भी पढ़िए :  रेलगाड़ी 

22 comments:

  1. Phir mil jaate hain agle janam mein.

    Lord Krishna has likened us to twigs flowing in a river--we meet then separate,then meet again.

    Is it not a consoling thought?

    But it could be disturbing also;if we took note of those who irritate us.

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    1. Lord Krishna is wisdom incarnate!
      His words are always consoling!
      He never ruled out the possibility of meeting the irritating ones again too:)...and in fact they meet us more frequently:) ha ha ha:):D
      Thank you Indu, for philosophizing my humble verse!

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  2. आपका पेच सफरनामा कहानी कविताओं के एक लम्बे सफर पर ले जाता है
    तरूण कुमार (सावन)
    savank786@gmail.com

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    1. Thank you Savan:) You're most welcome here, again and again:)

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  3. I think we all meet to serve a purpose in each others life. When the purpose is done, our ways get separate. I am thankful to all those who entered my life at any point of time and indebted to God for all who are there and will come to enrich it more!

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    1. You're right! Thank you Meenakshi:)

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  4. Very touching lines.... I am sure everyone will agree with these

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    1. Thank you Khushbu:)for realizing their depth!

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  5. How true...very nice lines, Amit!

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    1. Thank you Panchali:) for appreciating!

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  6. Good Analogy Amitji, it is true, our lives are the train engine and the bogies are all that we carry with us our entire lives. Lovely lines. :)

    Regards

    Jay
    My Blog | My FB Page

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  7. हाँ मिलते भी है तो किसी जिंदगी(रेल)को खुशी-२ बिताने के लिए

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  8. I really wish you translate it into English too for the sake of people like me who are not familiar with Hindi enough to understand the nuances.

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  9. Good lines. Reflective and thought provoking.

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