18 Comments

  1. sukhi

    If only we could learn to relate…..wow shloka,such deep thoughts. It is so true in todays world…..we have no time for hatred for there is hardly any time left for love. Loved reading it.

  2. Much knowledge is well placed in these lines. Poetry with punch. You ask deep and resounding questions. Great job Shloka! You should be proud Sulekha! Great writing runs in the family. Tell her to keep going. Keep writing! 🙂

    • sulekharawat

      Tameka, your words made my day 🙂 I am so proud of my daughter, she is beautiful inside and out, Thank you for your beautiful comment.

  3. Mayank Teria

    Every word is profound truth! it awe-inspiring! I hope to be a part of the generation which actually makes a huge difference and will deliver answers to these questions! lovely poem! 🙂

  4. Janaki Nagaraj

    This is beautiful Shloka. Thanks to your mom for introducing us to your poetry. This has so much depth.

  5. sweepyjean

    Very nice poem with a great message. It's clear that poetry runs in the family! Thank you for these words, Shloka, and thank you Sulekha, for sharing your daughter's lovely talent with us!

  6. Portia Burton

    Dear sulekha, I know you for the gravity of your thoughts and your love for your father. It is heartening to see your daughter carrying the legacy of humanistic thinking. I love her lines and 'relate' with her.
    -Portia

  7. The message rings loud and true!! I agree with you, and wished we all could just relate.

    Your daughter has your writing talents!! Well written Shloka, if only more people could hear your words and do it.

  8. melissa

    Congratulations Shloka 🙂 This is one of the best poems I've read. Wow, Sulekha, I truly admire you and your daughter 🙂

    This would be a great reflection. We are all created to relate not only with people but with everything. And I guess, it would be great relating with our inner selves first and discover what makes us afraid to reach out.

    Thanks for sharing this masterpiece. I'll make it part of my reflections.

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