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nascent emissions "her sins were scarlet, but her words were read." pages home about me books and me! narcissism monday, november 28, 2016 the perfect winter read "there is a legend about a bird which sings just once in its life, more sweetly than any other creature on the face of the earth. from the moment it leaves the nest it searches for a thorn tree, and does not rest until it has found one. then, singing among the savage branches, it impales itself upon the longest, sharpest spine. and, dying, it rises above its own agony to outcarol the lark and the nightingale. one superlative song, existence the price." - colleen mccullough (the thord birds, page 422, 30th anniversary edition) what are your expectations from winters? mine are rather simple. warmth. whether it comes via a fond conversation over drinks, or through mid-morning strolls in the beautiful monuments of delhi. or through a book which makes you forget all else as you plunge nose-deep into it's world of romance. along with a steaming cup of earl grey as you lie limp wrapped in a blanket. while the first two expectations i am still working on, the last got fulfilled through the most gorgeous read which was literally thrust into my hands by the very sweet librarian at shiv nadar school, gurgaon. titled 'the thorn birds', i had no idea it was every bit the literary classic i had wanted to lay my hands on since long. it just looked thick, and good enough to hide behind the pages off for a while. and so, i grabbed it and began turning pages at the solemn pace the story demands out of a reader. it is not a page turner - a book like this never can be. it is a tale which makes you shut the covers once in a while to reflect, not necessarily on the contents of the story, but perhaps on the universal condition and experience of humans and humanity. it doesn't make you feel wretched; but it makes you realise how equal a participant you are in the inescapable suffering and pain which comes packaged with life. it makes you belong to this world, in its tribulations, if not the triumphs. but this is not all why i enjoyed reading the book. i loved it because it churned the ordinary into grand. to call it a love-story between meggie cleary and ralph de bricassart would be too less. it is a life story extending to three generations, taking the reader painstakingly through every detail, every season, every loss, and every minute of maturing which the characters undergo. it contains characters who are not shy of evolving or altering. these characters - people - respond not to their impulsive vows bound in time and situations, but to life itself. they respond to fears, tragedies, prospects and desires just like we would. it is fabulous to see how at the end, you can actually pin-point all incidents which led to the complex layers that have evolved within each character. that, dear friends, is very, very fine writing. a tall, imposing presence in the text is that of drogheda - the land on which most of the story is based. even when the tale ventures beyond the land and sea, drogheda remains conspicuous by its absence. what is profound about this spatial dimension is that just when you are led into believing that there is a permanence which we all must return to, you're made to realise that such permanence can never be earthly. it has to be divine. it has to be of the realm beyond. the author - collen mccullough - who died aged 77 last year. and finally, the one reason the book will stay with me is because it taught me to see fulfilment in tragedies. it makes you believe that you may begin with a love story, and end up with another. it showed me how answers come to those who believe, not to those who doubt. and also because it, unerringly, and non-judgmentally, brought up the beautiful discrepancies as they exist between genders - through the upbringing, conditioning and also, intuitively perceiving the world. like i said, calling this a love story would be too less. it is a story of lives - many lives, lived and lost. most certainly recommended to all looking for something replete with grand ordinariness, and ordinary grandeur. posted by saumya kulshreshtha at 12:22 am reactions:  no comments: links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: australia, classics, english literature, fiction, literature, love, love story, quotes, romance, vintage monday, november 7, 2016 moments of epiphany i have not written since a long time. i have made plans. elaborate lists with themes. i have created full length stories in my head. i have saved pictures to write poems on. i have clicked images of people and their characters in my head. all for the sake of someday returning to nascent emissions and penning them all down, but each week presented a new picture of my own failure to my head. the amount of stories i have now hoarded inside me is nothing short of criminal. and the curious part is, it is not a crime against humanity, so much as it is a sin against my own heart which has now grown heavy, very heavy with the weight of all that is untold, and unshared. today, however, something triggered a change, forcing me to open my laptop, even though the hours are late and office time near. i had planned on sleeping the entire day - thanks to the constant dizziness caused by the delhi smog, till i remembered a commitment. two very sweet girls - ditsa and pushpangana had invited me over to give a short talk at their monthly get-togethers to encourage prose writers. they call their endeavour - euphoric epiphanies - a complex name signifying a very basic human urge, that to write and then to share what has been written with so much heart and labour. of course, in the presence of a warm and receptive audience. so i dragged myself out, reached the meet-up an hour late with an itchy throat and itchier head (thanks, again, to the delhi smog), and was given a fabulous welcome note (most of which i missed), post which i shared a little something on prose-and-poetry writing. the writers who had collected at the spot, the beautiful hauz khas monument complex, gave me more than their ears, when they engaged in a discussion about what they find more solace in - prose or poetry. surprisingly, most of them found poetry to be their calling, since prose demanded more 'effort', or did not come as naturally to them. while for the latter reason, i feel convinced, i am nowhere as satisfied with writers taking to a form of writing because it is easier. poetry demands as much, if not more effort, because of the gravitas of thoughts and the unity of meaning which a poet constantly aspires towards while churning out lyrics in the most apt words, with music, and with metaphors yet to be unravelled and understood by the world. i also read aloud my favourite prose passage from a book titled ammi - letters to a democratic mother, authored by saeed akhtar mirza. the excerpt dwelt upon the simple, yet profound love story of the author's parents - nusrat beg and jahanara begum. in the simplicity of that tale, i know many hearts felt the weight of their own heaviness lift off. it was already a very fulfilling day, but became grand when i received a special handmade gift from the organisers (i love gifts - always remember that!). ditsa and pushpangana (and tavishi) put together a little box crafted like a book for me. this box/book was titled 'nascent emissions', and this is when i realised how others still remember what i have conveniently forgotten. with over 230 posts, this blog has chronicled most of me, through the best and worst of times. and thanks to the kindness shown by the girls, i had to get back here and pen a little of whatever i could. truth be told, a lot came to me in life because of this virtual collection of very personal writings - my first writing assignments, as well as a little recognition in the world of bloggers. this blog, in fact, also served as the live portfolio for my first job! so, thank you ditsa, pushpangana and tavishi, for putting together this heartwarming labour of love. i would keep it very close to my heart. thank you also for the pretty bookmarks with prettier quotes on them - all of which, by the way, are my favourites! how do you people know me so well? cyber stalking, eh? and those notes on coffee smeared pages - sigh! how do i even begin to say how loved they made me feel? thank you, from the bottom of my heart. continue doing pretty things to make our smog-ridden world a more tolerable place to live in. and thank you, yet again, for shoving the words 'nascent emissions' in my face, and having me land up back here, happily! i hope the associations forged today continue a tad longer :) posted by saumya kulshreshtha at 12:57 am reactions:  no comments: links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: blogging, communication, delhi events, gifts, gratitude, hauz khas village, lecture, prose, writing monday, september 12, 2016 100 days of poetry - part ii so, on 18th july, 2016, i began this series called #100daysofpoetry, and decided that i am going to collate the individual poems here in sets of 10. the first 10 can be read here - part 1 the next 10 are - 11. john donne - the good morrow context - i studied this during my masters in jamia, and instantly fell in love with this love which is beyond cartographic definitions. poet - among the greatest of metaphysical poets, john donne is also remembered for his profound prose. he was the master of 'conceits', which are a category of metaphors where the comparison is rather abstract. in fact, helen gardner has famously commented on conceits by calling them a 'comparison whose ingenuity is more striking than their justness.' takeaway - the beautiful notion that when you are with your lover, your world converges in the little space you inhabit. 12. c. day lewis - walking away context - i found this hidden away in this amazing book called 'poetry please', which is a collection of the 100 popular poems from bbc radio 4 programme. poet - cecil day lewis has held the distinction of being the poet laureate of uk. a 20th century poet, he is of anglo-irish origins. if you have ever heard the name nicholas blake - the author of detective novels, he is the same guy. till date, he is remembered as a voice of revolution in poetry and politics. takeaway - the last line - "and love is proved in the letting go." 13. agha shahid ali - tonight context - favourite poem. by far. poet - a kashmiri poet, agha shahid ali is a dear, favourite voice from the postcolonial corpus. his poems smell of nostalgia, of a lost land, of lost culture, of despair, of identity, of conflict and seamlessly blend traditional notions with modern connotations. he is credited with giving ghazals their just place in english language. and i can go on about him, takeaway - each couplet in this poem is a discourse in itself. the poem in the attached image is incomplete - find a version which has the epigraph. this is a ghazal in english, following each rule by the book of the persian poetic form. and it is beautiful. so beautiful. by the way, can you figure out who is the narrator in this poem? 14. judith wright - failure of communion context - judith wright lay on the unexplored terrain of poets for me, especially since the first poem i read of hers was supposedly a 'ghazal', and it just did not seem to be one. that put me off. rediscovery began with this poem. poet - wright is an australian poet and environmentalist. among her poems, 'woman to man' has the most hallowed status. and rest, i am still exploring. takeaway - the subtle sensitivities of relationships encased in-between the words. oh so nice! 15. margaret atwood - the moment context - stumbled upon it while randomly googling margaret atwood poems. (yes, i do that.) poet - atwood is a contemporary legend. on her recent visit to delhi, she has been known to cause a stampede. of canadian origins, she dons many hats - poet, environmentalist, novelist, critic etc. handmaid's tale is perhaps her most read work. takeaway - stoicism. that is my takeaway. what is yours? 16. lord byron - she walks in beauty context - among love lyric, this has been in my imagination since much before i can recall. many writing exercises have begun with these oft-quoted words. poet - byron is a romantic poet, and also the genesis point of the term 'byronic hero' - the charming recluse, or the tortured charmer. byron himself, being a romantic poet, dwelt extensively on the theme of 'nature' and its dichotomy with civilization and urban living. nature, while being used to evoke metaphors, was also the all powerful entity, and an apt companion for humanity. takeaway - beauty, and a companion for lovelorn nocturnal readings. 17. p. b. shelley - good night context - i just needed a nice 'good night' wish to send across to a friend and was reminded of this. poet - another romantic poet. like fellow romantics, he too dwelt deeply on the power of nature, and in addition, the power of human intellect. he saw the poet as a seer, a commentator and a visionary. takeaway - thinking what is a 'good night' for me. 18. e e cummings - i carry your heart with me context - this has been a poem which is close to my heart for its simplicity and for being a literal specimen of meaning lying 'between the lines' and hidden along punctuations. poet - cummings is remembered for his eccentric usage of punctuations - you'll find no use of capitals, abrupt parentheses, lines beginning after gaps - and this was not all random. meanings, gaps, emotions could be located in the way the words were arranged. though inspired by the avant-garde style, much of the content of his poems is traditional. takeaway - simplicity and universal assertions on love. carrying your beloved's heart in yours, firmly, carefully. 19. frank o'hara - to john ashbery context - friendship day poet - frank o'hara is an american critic, writer and poet. interestingly, his work is inspired by jazz, surrealism and abstract art. takeaway - o'hara wrote many poems to ashbery, his friend of 20 years, whom he affectionately called 'ashes'. this one was penned in 1954, and here he imagines them both reading this together like a pair of ancient chinese poets. 20. keats - quote on poetry context - i cannot stop being inspired by the romantics, can i? late night twitter scrolling led me here. poet - keats is, again, romantic. and he propounded the 'negative capability' theory of poets, of which i am such a fan. takeaway - he calls 'imagination' truthful. can you see how subversive and beautiful is it at the same time? the next 10 will come up soon :) posted by saumya kulshreshtha at 12:12 am reactions:  no comments: links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: 100 days of poetry, byron, cummings, english poetry, john donne, keats, margaret atwood, nature, poetry, romantics, shelley thursday, august 25, 2016 why pc scares me all this is a little scary, really. and that is because i believe in balance. i believe in binaries. i believe in the net being zero, always. i believe in good being neutralised by bad, smile with sorrows, and heaven with hell. the fear stems from the fact that perhaps the almighty has reserved hell for me post mortal departure, because what i am living in at present is, definitely, closest to what heaven would seem like. would you believe it, that exists a place on the planet, in the heart of our very own city, where - - people listen more than they talk - people are unafraid of expressing all good thoughts - negative thoughts are as good as non-existent, not just on the surface, but deep down below - books are shared and hoarded like the greatest treasure - smiles are the currency to buy and invest in invaluable human emotions - humility is indispensable, but so is show-off with a casual shrug - you are allowed to be you, just you, but you have no option but to be the best version of yourself. i am, of course, referring to pc, which as become more than a mere poetry sharing forum now. if it was just that, it wouldn't have come so far. it is a place where we all are nourishing thoughts, cradling words and bringing up such verses which attract our collective emotions, while being distinctly unique. it is a zone for us to connect not just with each other, but also with our common heritage - because acquiring knowledge is non-negotiable focus. it is a haven for kindred spirits to gain touch with themselves, while they go about shaking hands and hugging each other. if there was ever a live example for you to understand how hugs heal, this is it. poets' collective is going to be 2 years old soon, but i have already lived a lifetime ensconced within its secure embrace and caring warmth. last meet up was a revelation for me to understand and witness the scale we've achieved - in terms of numbers and goodwill. and i will go back where i began - it is scary. sustaining scale, perhaps, is easy; but sustaining beliefs is not. couple of us, at this end, will always try and keep our hearts in the right place as we try and give solace to yours. if i was to talk as pc, i would thank you all, who come and spend time with us, love us, tickle us and then overwhelm us. and then, as adhiraj bhai says, #gadarkaayamrahe. posted by saumya kulshreshtha at 12:53 am reactions:  3 comments: links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: delhi, delhi events, mister tikku, poetry, poets collective, the luggage room tuesday, august 2, 2016 mythical i we make myths out of the unrealized. ii love untouched is love curled into a scared ball pushed against the wall of the darkest passages of your most familiar, personal dungeon. love untouched, is not love undone. iii he crept with feline grace shimmering, into that glass filled with the only true liquid love. he reflected, contorted, changing forms. elegant now. grotesque later. caught in a glass. tightened in a bottle. corked in a vision. free in the world. invisible in the universe. iv things fall apart but the centre holds. silly centre. caught into its own twists and twirls and folds. v love unrequited has its colours. break it through a sheet of liquid. sparkling clear? blurred, dear? buried, fear? vi while walking through a desert i conjured a water in my mind i conjured mirage in my mind an illusion of an illusion later i conjured comfort in my mind (illusory, from the disillusioned) vii liquid love, is not life force. liquid love, is love, and liquid. it is love, which is liquid. hence it flows, like fluids, it grows, to take shapes of visions, you were scared to profess. dreams are comfortable, risk-free. or, are they, really? viii myths were created for truth. layered with dust of a millennia shrouded within tongues infinite they gain magic, lose truth. what is our truth, my dear? our love is magic, or a myth, mere? was our story made by us? or kindled under a curtained hush? ix she talks for both, when he talks for none. x love untouched, is not love undone. love unloved, is love left pure a gentle cure to heart’s busiest hum. the din of dreams, conflicted streams. pain is but a figure of speech. xi loving is so short. forgetting is so long. and myths are eternal. ps – thanks for yeats, neruda and bachchan. posted by saumya kulshreshtha at 2:13 am reactions:  1 comment: links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: alcohol, english poetry, love, myths, poetry, poets collective, unrequited older posts home subscribe to: posts (atom) poets' collective my universe of heartfelt words search this blog loading... popular posts protected?! protecting her? 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