From our creative partner in Gurugram, Haryana just outside of Delhi in India
An original poem by Dr. Shruti Shankar Gaur written in Jan 02, 2023
I don’t know how others focus On one thing at a time My mind’s all over the place, Ringing the chime. I don’t know how others Feel settled in life The moment I find my balance, I discover a new turn. I don’t know how others Decide on one thing, After all I am always greeted with duality. I want this And I want that Problem is both are apart Just like my head and my heart. This has been a childhood pattern, Me wanting both In equal concussion, All my life there were two options. And I love both! If I want beauty, I want the brain too. Without both, what will I do? To my younger self, they were opposites. Today, I know they are one. It’s the duality of life, I have accepted and acknowledged. Both were always one, It was my illusion That prevented me from, Celebrating the whole spectrum.
About the Author: Dr. Shruti Shankar Gaur describes herself as a nonplussed mother, a Luna to her Alpha, a passionate entrepreneur, a novice thinker, a hard-core dreamer, a scruffy poet, a true seeker, and an unusual sinner. She bares her soul in her blog: Pain & Bliss - Contact the author: https://linktr.ee/dr.shrutishankargaur
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