in the instant it began
it was over,
but then
in the end
it had just begun.

The picture is of a collapsing super nova,
which, like everything
(or no-thing)
in our universe,
only to collapse
and then to rise again
only on the ashes of knowledge
can true creativity bloom,
but remains creative
only for a moment
and then dies

7 Responses to “Passion”

  1. kanurite says:

    Passion is a phoenix that rises from its own ashes

  2. Katryna Kapur says:

    No words needed, enough felt. I like your view on the world. Its personal and very honest.

  3. Kala says:

    Hi…read the excerpts of your talk on technology in films at The Indus Entrepreneur Meet, Blore chapter…just wanted to know if you would also be open to be a part of a workshop on Communication and Theatre..

  4. sunita tiwari says:

    gud evening sir…… need to create a bhoomika,before i start my only dream…..i m pass-out of NATIONAL SCHOOL OF DRAMA[spe.DESIGN&DIRECTION]….worked with RAM GOPAL VARMA in MY WIFE’S MURDER…..couple of more work……m keen to assist u in direction,designing……..pls sir,pls reply
    sunita tiwari

  5. James says:

    Prepared with great love
    Like everyday you awake
    To smells, taste, so sweet

  6. rehwa says:

    Mr Kapur
    I have been reading your thoughts and poetry. You simply like to flow regardless what happppens once you pass that moment. I am an artist and irespect this dialogue with one’s self.
    Would you like to read my poems?
    Also i read so many ppl writing to you regarding working withyou. What do you do to such requests?

  7. Anonymous says:

    My favorite quote….beats the hell out of the rest of your poems
    [in the instant it began
    it was over,
    but then
    in the end
    it had just begun.]–love this one
    It never ends.

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