Sprezzatura Eleganza - Poem by Sadiqullah Khan
Wear the sunset, my erstwhile cap,
Worn it wrong though, the foe in front,
Sprezzatura Eleganza, -a light shines,
Within, from without is the reflection.
Sitting the barren mountain peak,
And below sleeps the dragon-glacier.
Once upon a time, once upon a time,
Rings in my ear, last year is last century.
Waving Cartesians, birds fly beneath,
In winters they fire coal, in summers breeze.
-Cartesianism is the name given to the philosophical doctrine (or school) of René Descartes. Descartes is often regarded as the first thinker to emphasize the use of reason to develop the natural sciences. For him the philosophy was a thinking system that embodied all knowledge.
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