Thursday, December 18, 2008

Catch me if you can

When I am pinned and wriggling on the wall
Then how should I begin
To spit out the butt-ends of my days and ways?”
--- T.S.Eliot

I juggle with the masks
And throw in one I like.
Now you take your call
And scan if you can.

I’ll only chuckle
And juggle all the way.

Cast your nets
And set out the traps,
Try as you may
I’ll still fly away.


Sui Generis said...

aaw! Wonderful...Well thought!!!I can see the poet metamorphosing :)

Robert said...

I managed to read "Unheeded Caveats: Examining Pax Americana in the
Light of Tagore’s Nationalism".77 reference points and quotes in just 11 pages of writing?It is a brilliant paper and very very well researched and well informed but so many quotations makes it a hard read.And how do you really do all of that study?Would take me a few hundred years.