Friday, 1 February 2013

Flirting With Fate


*A real MUST READ after such a long tenure*

As the topic goes, Flirting With Fate, the novel gets its meaning in entirety of how fate pays back for the flirt one plays with it. Sometimes we do things, that we feel are unnoticed by the beings around us, and we think if we don't get caught, it means we are not committing crime. But the novel tells us how and in what manner are we penalized in the same birth, on the same earth.

I personally thoroughly enjoyed this page-turner Crime-thriller, Flirting with fate. The basic and distinguishing attribute has been the narration of story and events. The book does complete justice to its words, situations, characters. My personal favorite character throughout the book has been Fluffy. The specie portrayed with the required sense of humor and love. And yes, I liked the characters oh Aslam Bhai and Sunita as well, ofcourse for their loyalty and compassion. Besides, let the mysteries be unfolded at each edge as you read it. Without wasting a single day, go and grab Preeti Singh mam's this World of Words and experience the change by yourself. A real MUST PRESERVING in the collection.

Wednesday, 30 January 2013

So this it... The poem weaved by me which got selected to be published in the next edition of INFINITY magazine...! :)

                        LIFE MUST GO ON

The serene tune which besots our heart,
the monstrous fire which burns the corps,
the world will keep on moving with dart,
oh man, just sing the song of life on horse.

The life should never stop.
The life must go on.

The sun provokes the water,
to become clouds and give us life props,
and the air keeps on unfolding and scatter,
the youth of fluttering green crops.

And thus it becomes a full circle.
The life must go on.

The veil of a new bride blazons her beauty,
the babies will be born again,
the anklet of mother cherishes her duty,
and their bleat will horn again.

In all this hustles and twists and turns,
the life must go on.
The life must go on...!                                                                                                                      

  © Pratham Devang