25 July 2010

Why regret?

I've been dwelling around life for years
giving fake smiles and hiding tears
while searching for the miracle rays
got sleepless nights and restless days

I've been spending way too long
trying to figure out what went wrong
If I could re-live my past again
I would plan things to avoid the pain

I've been asking time after time
why my heart is not always mine
why at times, my head hangs low
why do I cry, I fail to know

I've been wondering if I know what to say
as years go by and time fades away
If all is in the future we can't see yet
for whatever we did, why regret ?

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Lukmanul Hakim on July 25, 2010 at 12:46 PM said...

It's always a pleasure to me reading your poem. Welcome back, dear friend.

Shambhu Nath Jha said...

Thats true dai. Why regret, whatever our current situation is consequence of past progression. So you are right, why regret.

Anonymous said...

If I could re-live my past again
I would plan things to avoid the pain

yes, only if we could re-live our past moments! nicely said truth. I've been waiting for your posts for so long and here you come :-) keep updating!

Chaitanya on July 26, 2010 at 4:46 PM said...

Here, you are with an wonderful shot!
I've been spending way too long
trying to figure out what went wrong
If I could re-live my past again
I would plan things to avoid the pain

So heavy words, so simply expressed.

Mukesh Jha on July 26, 2010 at 9:33 PM said...

I was waiting for your next post...now I can say that it was worth waiting couple months as you have come up with this great poem..I simply loved it...Very nice and real too.
Thank you so much for not giving away this blogging hobby..welcome back. we as your blog reader need you than you need us...
Mukesh Jha

Nava Raj on August 27, 2010 at 6:39 PM said...

The last poem I read was also on your blog. Thank you very much for excellent work. Though I am not a great lover of poetry especially in English, but your creation has changed my thinking. Keep on, Deependra ji!

Mohnish Bagree on September 6, 2010 at 12:12 PM said...

Deep meaning expressed in the most simple way. Admire your writing skills, Prof. Jha. BTW, I never regret what happened to me in my past. I am a firm believer of this humble statement: Everything happens for good. But then I also say: Always ask for what you want, not everyone gets a gift. I think there will certainly be other things as well to learn from you than just Sun and Wind.

Anonymous said...

Thank you all for your lovely words! I feel encouraged.

talk.learnwebpage on December 10, 2010 at 5:17 PM said...

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Anonymous said...

Quite a resonating poem. It really touches a chord in your heart. Do keep writing.

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Anonymous said...

I do not agree with mohnish bagree. If mohnish bagree can rape women and abuse them physically and mentally, he should regret his past! And those don't happen for good.

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