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  Kobita aamar 
Shaathe shaathe jaye
Kaukhono ghumiye thaake
Kaukhono jege jaye

 
This is what I said when my hubby asked me about my poetry on our recent flight to Italy.
He was wondering whether I was still writing or was I in 'holiday mode' and so no poetry flowing from me...
 
Ghumiye means asleep, Jege means awake and so here is what the above Kobita means:


Often asleep
Often awake
But always
With me....
My poetry :)

 
In Hindi, Kobita is known as Kavita.
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September 06, 2017
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