Monday, 30 March 2009


After a long break from blogging I checked my blog page yesterdy and was welcomed with a pleasant comment which made my day. So I have a few readers of my blog... I guess I am not too bad at writing then.  The last 3 months were hectic of course but not more hectic than usual, I guess I was just plain lazy and was not blogging but now I will try and blog again regularly. 
Strangely, I didn't read or hear anything which could trigger a train of thoughts. Usually it's something like that which helps me write or some memory. That reminds me, after a very long time I managed to track down a poem which I had been looking for, for the past 4 years. It was a poem by Alfred Tennyson and the lines which kept ringing in my ears for so long were

"In looking on the happy Autumn-fields,
And thinking of the days that are no more."

The poem is "Tears, Idle Tears". It feels good to finally get rid of that nagging feeling at the back of my mind but the lines will forever haunt me.

1 comment:

Sanketa said...

OOps..I never knew that i can trigger train of thoughts.But anyways it's nice to see you back.and by the way that poem is great though my fav lines are the final two lines....

Deep as first love and wild with all regret,
O Death in Life, the days that are no more.