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An ant with passion

An ant with passion

But, I can write too. I cannot write good. But I too pour my passion into my words. It is my shortcoming that the passion doesn’t reach the readers. That is why, I need to improve.

I have understood that I don’t really write as much as I need to. A friend had recently reminded me of the words of the great Sankha Ghosh. I cannot find the exact quote but it said that the first 100 poems one writes is essentially trash and needs to be torn up and discarded. I had said that I haven’t even written 50 poems yet. So, I am more than 50 poems away from even the starting point of poetry.


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Hello there! An aspiring writer here... My motto is, like Ulysses, "to follow knowledge like a sinking star, Beyond the utmost bound of human thought."(Tennyson) I love #poetry, #literature and #books and all the people that love these three.

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