A question!

A writer writes,

takes instances from experiences.

A poet emotes,

Quoting from his smiles and tears.

sometimes it is monotonous,

sometimes it gets repetitive too.

Tell me how does one stop learning from self.

How to remain detached and attached at the same time

and yet being creative?

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About Nalini Srivastava

I am an Indian.I write to let go of myself.It is my catharsis.My biggest inspiration is my son and every passing moment of life.I am a teacher by profession and the way I love to write ,I love to teach.With my one solo poetry book already published "Feminine Musings" hope many more will see the light.

7 thoughts on “A question!

    1. Nalini SRIVASTAVA

      VIJAY Sir while writing this poem,I took inspiration from you,to be precise and concise and posed a question that often I ask myself.I often ask myself if I get boring and repetitive. Thanks for your appreciation

  1. suzette portes san jose

    POETRY… speaks of many things, about everything we hold on and stepped upon in life,
    … in dreams… in visions… and imaginations
    maybe blindly with eyes but not from the inner self
    the ACCEPTANCE of not what only eyes and mind understands…but what’s BEYOND the unseen
    and BEYOND the unspoken…the PASSION of poetry may not be understood by many
    but UNDERSTOOD by silent heart and soul…usually, it is a poet passion left unheard
    … unspoken…undone

  2. Nalini SRIVASTAVA

    Thanks Suze the. You explained it so beautifully. You helped me in sorting a major dilemma

    1. suzette portes san jose

      this is just a part of my new posted one in titled POETRY wish you will read them and it is more to just reading it…thank you dear 🙂


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