Thursday, March 5, 2015

Sailing the sea

Poetry is the yacht on which I sail the sea
I fear the storm no more
I carry a storm within

Ritesh Agarwal



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    with an IQ much higher than K2,
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    (with an excellent bullshot dectector):

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    God believes in you.

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