Devesh 馃悵 Bhatt

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Is it What it Is? - by Devesh Bhatt

Is it what it is,

or is it something else?Is it What it Is? - by Devesh Bhatt

What I know for certain.

Curiosity compels.

Even if I listen,

To all that it tells.

I only keep,

What easily sells.

Is it what it is?

Or is it something less?

What i know for certain,

is anyone's guess.

Even if i wait,

For it to confess.

i only share,

when we digress.

Is it what it is?

Or is it something more?

What I know for certain,

I am still unsure.

Even if I dig,

And reach, its core.

I鈥檇 see true meaning,

like any metaphor.

-by Devesh Bhatt

It has been a while and it has been too long. Surprise, surprise, we are back to the 220 word rule(earlier it was 200 I guess) . I figure, most of my poems will have to go elsewhere.聽

These have been busy days and I used this time writing stories. I learnt a few tips and tricks about writing and editing from some amazing writers who posted here on bebee. Have to use that to good effect now.

What I am wondering about is stuff that I can write about, here on bebee. If not poems and stories, then what? First, fifteen more words, thereafter, a lot of cynical crap followed by something that can filter out the meaningful.

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Lada 馃彙 Prkic

3 years ago #12

Here is an example:

Devesh 馃悵 Bhatt

3 years ago #11

a paragraph indeed. Maybe the other side of the fence . Thanks for the advice

Lada 馃彙 Prkic

3 years ago #10

What I know for certain is that curiosity compels to dig deeper. I am also glad to see you on beBee, and not just on LI. About the 220-word rule, you can put, like some authors do, a long paragraph dubbed "About me" at the end of every post. Sometimes this paragraph has more than 200 words required as a minimum for a Producer post. There is a solution to every problem. :-)

Phil Friedman

3 years ago #9

Dear Devesh Bhatt Please thank me not. It's you who's got The quick bon mot.
Welcome back, Devesh \ud83d\udc1d Bhatt! The pen is your guide Let no hands be tied The poets who spill their ink May scrawl with a wink Whether what鈥檚 written is true Is up to you, yourself and you Open ideas may offer selection But where is their direction Ah, the slack jaw of confusion Perhaps, your ideal perfection Published on BrewNSpew 2/16/18

Devesh 馃悵 Bhatt

3 years ago #7

i wrote it to rid another of a mood that had slipped into me. Writing really works :)

Devesh 馃悵 Bhatt

3 years ago #6

Thank you.

Gert Scholtz

3 years ago #5

Devesh \ud83d\udc1d Bhatt Good to see you back Devesh.
Welcome back Devesh \ud83d\udc1d Bhatt. Your questions reflect the high quality of your mind. I wrote once the real problem is knowing the problem. Your buzz is consistent with my own thoughts. Please keep writing.

Pascal Derrien

3 years ago #3

good to see you back hope you have found a nice track away from the moods so black who suck life when they spot a crack

Debasish Majumder

3 years ago #2

nice buzz Devesh \ud83d\udc1d Bhatt! enjoyed read and shared. thank you for the buzz.

Phil Friedman

3 years ago #1

I am not averse To being terse Or the reverse With lines of verse.

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