B Sudharsan is an indie poet and award-winning scribe from Chennai, India. He has worked with leading dailies like The New Indian Express and News Today and has interviewed over one hundred and fifty well-known personalities in his stint as a lifestyle journalist from 2014 to 2016. Since 2017 though, he has passionately been grounding students in English. The fervent blogger, who devours reading, is extremely fond of Haruki Murakami's and Jeffrey Archer's works. He dwells in Delhi, India.
Today as we celebrate Independence Day;
I would like to state this crystal clear
If you are in India, you have a say;
And that you have to keep in mind, my dear.
The only thing that would upset you both was my scoring a low mark;
But since you were individuals highly heartening,
You knew that your son would one fine day make a really good mark.
‘If we don’t fail, we will never learn how to be more successful than those who haven’t faced any failure. You got to make mistakes, but whether you learn from them or not, that’s under your control. So, write and write more. Don’t rush, and take your time. The first draft is never a final draft. Take feedback from fellow readers and writers. And most importantly, work on that feedback.’
Wonder how exactly would be his magnificent aura;
For he happens to be the ultimate seer.
But when I asked ‘Who is Krishna?’
Inapprehensible I surmised was His very charisma.
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‘There are so many more ways to get your work out in the world today than ever before. Don’t wait around to be that very small percentage who gets lucky enough to land an agent or miraculously has their work seen just at the right time by the right person in a big publishing house.’
That night, while the four of us were readying ourselves to return to Delhi, I sat myself down, closed my eyes, and hoped to visit the place again. I recounted the peaceful faces of the Buddhist monks I had seen and meditated upon the serenity of Lord Buddha’s famed golden statue.
Like the Sun that shines, radiating bright light,
a guru disseminates thoughts lofty and wise.
Using his power, directness, and mystical might,
pulls you out of every single and dangerous vice.