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Friday, February 29, 2008

One Art

"The art of losing isn't hard to master;

so many things seem filled with the intent

to be lost that their loss is no disaster."

-Elizabeth Bishop

7 comments:

candid diary said...

Yeah, ask someone who has lost huge valuable data and you will know :D

dolby said...

i lost my mind :-P.. is that a no disaster?

Aparna Kar said...

@candid
Shud hv made a back-up; now, whose mistake is that? :P

Aparna Kar said...

@dolby
Losing your mind can be advantageous at times :D You can commit incivilities and give excuses. Even the Indian Penal Code exempts you :P

Bubbles of FireWhiskey said...

what about a lost chain of thoughts...

Kulpreet said...

Yup! One can definitely draw strength from that. But it ends there, for loss is something we must willingly accept, because it is the most natural thing after life on earth.

Sam said...

now there are so many things lost and won, i dunno which one is justified though!!