Friday, August 17, 2012

m' back

There is something in writing which excites me, irrespective of the fact that I don’t know anything about writing, I hardly read novels but still I love to collect them, in my shelve I have dozens of them of different writers whom the world perspire, although I almost not have a courage to read them. May be it’s not a content but the style, perhaps the creative writing I like the most. This is the reason why I have created this blog and started writing. In my school days, I was more bent on reading poems of Indian writers, because they make use of simple words and rhymes in the poem, a poem without rhyme looks useless to me, no offence, but these days people writes poem with the most difficult words of the thesaurus without any rhyme, howler for me, I never enjoy it. They want to venture that part of their intellectual mind which apart from them no one could understand, and they want others to recognize them, how could anyone? And why? Remember ‘twinkle twinkle little stars…’ everyone enjoys it, I don’t even know who’d written it but this poem is so unforgettable and treasured. Suddenly I realize that I started writing this blog 4 years ago in the month of August only, and my last post was in August last year, and now in this month only I am writing again. :P the auspicious August for me. Well my blogdost, I am no more in pune now  yup I have completed a law degree and I am a damn fucking lawyer who could prefix his name with ‘Advocate’, truly I don’t like this prefix, how silly it sounds ‘advocate sahab or vakil sahab’, I am feeling so poor right now, ‘Lawyer’ still feels good, wish I could be London, then I would have called as ‘Barrister’, so royal isn’t it? But in reality we all the lawyers are law champs, we are all time more educated than anyone in the country, because we know how the country works and what makes it work from now there may be more law related post than on normal politics, I hope and I wish I would make it interesting even for those who doesn’t have any interest in knowing the law of their land.

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