The Vagaries of a game called life

Life is such a maze

Springing surprises, it leaves you in a daze

What you wish for and plan

Changes in a short span

What you seldom expect foresee

Is just around the corner to greet thee

Stagnancy, complacency is a sign of death

Evolution infuses an elixir of fresh breath

In each challenge there’s a hidden possibility

Even in jeopardy one can tap one’s inner proclivity

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8 thoughts on “The Vagaries of a game called life

  1. very well said .. so true

    In each challenge there’s a hidden possibility
    Even in jeopardy one can tap one’s inner proclivity

    this says it all, thats why they say when one door closes , somewhere two open up, one just has to go and find the door 🙂

    This one i liked a lot 🙂

    Bikram’s

  2. In each challenge there’s a hidden possibility

    Even in jeopardy one can tap one’s inner proclivity

    – Loved loved loved these lines 🙂
    Hw do u do it every time LOI?

  3. In each challenge there’s a hidden possibility

    whatta line !! Life’s a roller coaster with fun and pleasure mixed with little bit of surprise and fear 🙂

    I third swar and comfy 🙂 awesome lines with every post….get a book published I say 🙂

  4. your poetic utterances have a directness, pithiness and profundity all combined together — a rare combination to say the least. Just keep it up. Publication shall happen, when it has to. Right now, just let your thoughts shape into words, words into images and let the wrestle of the words and the rustle of the page merge into a symphony….that’s poetry, an articulation of a thought, crystallization of a moment, and leap of words beyond the realm of silence! God bless you!

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