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Minus Human : Esoteric comment by Rathz

Well,junta now that I have started the ball rolling...I am in no mood to stop!

I guess I am heavily under the influence of Twitter - can not just stop posting.Just wanted to share a a comment by Rathindra I found very wacky on my blog.I remember writing a post lamenting my inability to write well and subsequently the dearth of comments.Here's what Rathz said in reply:

ye kaisi behki behki baat kar raha hai..

the blog is lovely dark n free,
but u've nirvana to seek.
and miles to write before u sleep.
and miles to write before u sleep..

-Rathindra Fros


@ Karma,
Nice going! Thanks for the new posts.
And Rathz has a thing for this Frost poem!

ABC said…
Couple of lines you may like:

1) Meeting and passing by Frost
2) There Are Men Too Gentle to Live Among Wolves by James Kavanaugh

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