Aniruddha Pathak

Gold Star - 99,955 Points [Anirpath] (25.05.1941 / Godhra - Gujarat)

Aniruddha Pathak Quotes

  • ''Better light up your lamp,
    Blame not it's dark and damp.''
    From a Haiku of mine
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  • ''The life's script is writ,
    Writ of Fate writ large on it,
    We act— will nor wit.''
    In life if Fate is important, so is human will.
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  • ''Flowers waltz in windy rain,
    No one might see, not in vain.''
    If motivated from within, man can do a lot.
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  • ''Mistakes are wages we pay,
    Seeds of better life to lay.''
    From my diary
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  • ''Appear as you're,
    And be as you appear,
    No froth, man's no beer.''
    From my diary
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  • ''Knowledge in mind's dead section,
    If put to no fair action
    It's stagnant, of no traction.''
    From my diary
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  • ''Dawn or dusk, sun shows red,
    Good times or be they bad,
    Greats by sameness are led.''
    From my diary
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  • ''Man makes habit- good or grim,
    And these habits then make him,
    Habits and him, what a team!''
    From my diary
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  • ''Man and mind when sit in judgment,
    The sole witness to the moment,
    The soul says nothing, postponement.''
    From my diary
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  • ''Liberation's to find, free you,
    But life's about creating you.''
    From my diary
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Best Poem of Aniruddha Pathak

The Joy Of Giving

Be it no more than just a glass of water,
A walking-stick alive rendered by daughter,
Care and concern, warm smile, none far too hotter;

Or quality time spent with someone old,
A warm blanket in times forlorn and cold,
In times of need a willing shoulder-hold;

A pair of slippers to feet walking bare,
Not in loud charity to show you care,
Heart-born feelings shown above false air;

Anything given short of counting ways,
Given to brighten up sinking heart's greys,
To lighten load that too heavily weighs;

Give it in cash though ...

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The Graveyard Of Senses

The graveyard of senses

A skull bowl for bare needs— was all he1 had—
All he needed, joy needs no more to add.

And when he saw a man drinking— cupped hands,
Joyous, he jettisoned the cranium bowl:
My mind now feel of water understands—
The cool feel of liquid so natural—

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