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Ek Phool, Do Mali

The above title, which means ‘One Flower, two Gardners’ in Hindi has been borrowed from an old Bollywood film with the same name.

Copyright: Jasbir Chatterjee

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An Echo From Willowwood

Christina Georgina Rossetti’s poem, An Echo From Willowood, is the poem of the day today in Poemhunter.com. I was pleasantly surprised when I noticed that its words seemed to mirror so perfectly the feelings hidden in a photograph I clicked a day or two ago. Quite a strange coincidence indeed!

Now scroll down and take a look at both the poem and the pic.

“Oh Ye, All Ye That Walk in Willowwood”

“…Two gaz’d into a pool, he gaz’d and she,
Not hand in hand, yet heart in heart, I think…”

 

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A Photo-story On Brexit

Recently, a foolish pigeon king borrowed the human concept of territorial integrity and tried to implement it among his fellow pigeons. But before turning it into a law, a discussion with the Elders was necessary.

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Meeting on Brexit -Stay or leave

 

The meeting soon turned into a violent fight and Police had to be called.

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One of the first people to lose their lives was Jo Cox.

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The matter is on hold at present. Let’s see what the future brings…