Tuesday, March 6, 2012

London Olympics, Wordgathering, Vol. 6, Issue 1, March 2012

Pravat Kumar Padhy


LONDON OLYMPICS

Athletes love the track to have a spot finish by compressing the time in between each leaping step. Everyone wishes to sprint the quickest. Sitting on a wheel chair, I watch the game and wish all of them good luck in their endeavors.

With no confusion, the time is distributed to all of them and they reach the winning spot one after the other. It is indeed a great short journey, no matter one reaches a bit later than the other. You aim for the goal and that is called the spirit of the life!

long distance–
he picks up his crutch
for a walk

Pravat Kumar Padhy hails from Orissa, India. He holds Masters in Science and Ph.D in Applied Geology from Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad. Published literary articles and poems in leading English news papers, journals, anthologies and e-zines. His Japanese short form poems (Haiku, Tanka and Haibun ) and his free verse have appeared in journals in India, USA, UK, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Germany, France, Scotland, and Serbia.

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