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Mrinmoy Dey

Updated: Wed, 19 Sep 2018 12:05 pm


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A mechanical engineer, physics enthusiast, percussionist, poet and a fitness freak. Born and raised in a small railway town in Indian state of Assam, I was pretty fascinated by the beauty and harmony of nature. Matriculating from a catholic school, Don Bosco High School, I went on to complete my degree in mechanical engineering from Visveswarya Technological University, Belgaum. Started writing love letters and poems since my school days, to impress my crush, who later became the love of my life, I honed my skills, thanks to some of the best English teachers I came across. Many of my poems were scribbled in papers and last pages of the note books and often ended up in dustbins, though later I started maintaining a diary. Poetry gives me a sense of completeness and fullness which otherwise eludes me in this tech-savvy world. This is where I started searching for a like-minded platform to exchange emotions and that is how I ended up here.


Loneliness Ugly seems the air without your fragrance, So lonely feels the day without your presence, Utter futile seems my very existence and Depressing, this lonely experience. I wonder Why love has got limits? Why ego plays silly trick? Why can't it be sweet and clear Whether we're far or near! Yes, sometimes my words seldom express My inner feelings and regrets. I do admit my flaws, but Let it not be the reason To let my hand go. Our love was pure, deep and clear Let silly mistakes won't creep in and tear. Now, as I lie by my window side And gaze the star lit night sky I see my hopes fade Whilst the west wind blows across my face. But I have to be strong and I know this night will shortly end And the sun would soon shine bright. No matter how far you are, my love I believe I'll soon find you by my side.

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Tue 11th Sep 2018 18:22

Thank you for your comment on "Baby, What Are We?" I appreciate the feedback!

I enjoyed reading your blog on "Black And White" it was deep and touching.

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