Tuesday, March 29, 2005


String up the memories......

The veil that chides in
the heart that blends in;
Palisading the borders
saving thee but checkpointing thy;
String up the memories.
A simple smile
after a surreal mask of anger,
is it beyond thee?

- Dheepak Ra


Blogger npriya said...

you dinn tell me you were a poet?

I guess iam just not equipped enough to interpret your other poem!

Nice shot again...getting better day by day !!

3/29/2005 11:31 PM  
Blogger Baejaar said...

Hmm. Nice to know that there are people who consider my crude attempt to express something as a poem.

I am still not able to figure out as to which is worse this one or Ballad of the Heart

Anyway both was supposed to convey something which I am glad it did. I guess I shouldnt care for anything more than that.

- Dheepak Ra

3/30/2005 12:08 AM  
Blogger Neel Arurkar said...

Nice poem and comments about interpretation same as that of npriya

3/30/2005 2:57 AM  
Blogger Baejaar said...

Hey Neel

Not u too. Come on, dont tell me that its too cryptic. It wasnt meant to be cryptic bcoz it was intended for somebody......

- Dheepak Ra

3/30/2005 5:11 AM  
Blogger ShastriX said...

Amazing shot, Dheepak.

Reminds me of the so-called ghosts in tamarind tress :-)

4/02/2005 2:26 AM  
Blogger Baejaar said...

Hi Shastri

Once in a village in Trichy District, I had seen a nail hammered to the tree with a small lock of hair around it. When I enquired, they told me that that was the result of exorcising a ghost. It must have been some 15 years back. Your comment rekindled those memories.

Dont know whether the practise still exist in remote villages. I hope not.

- Dheepak Ra

4/02/2005 9:41 PM  
Blogger Eroteme said...

I really loved the picture. Very well shot.
"Saving thee but checkpointing thy"

Sounds very softwarish! :-)

Its a nice poem.
Like your collection of pictures. You sure are good with the camera...

4/03/2005 10:07 AM  
Blogger Baejaar said...

Hi Erotome

Thanks for dropping by. I think this is the first time, you are visiting my "gallery".

Sometimes the software just seeps into you subconsciously. But then to be frank, I really dont mind. After all I do love software as much as I love photography or numesmatics.

- Dheepak Ra

4/03/2005 8:04 PM  

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