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The curtain swished apart… He was at his study table, eyes more keen on looking outside through the window pane. The heat had just ebbed into a cloudy dream like vacancy… as his thoughts got lost in them.
“Ei chonchol sojolo pobono bege.. udbhranto meghe, mon chaaye
mon chaaye oi bolakaro potho khani nite chine..”
It dawned upon me; the creative mind is far more beautiful than what it creates.., for a creation is never complete and while one half of it lies on his table the other half continues to go elsewhere making the artist travel miles under the dark hovering clouds… to places from where everything seemed special, so pure, so lovely.. a height from where every other object seems so small… where the sky is limit enough to be exceeded, where the imagination merges with the reality of creation.
[Post submitted by Debika Datta (BT, BCET batch 2012), edited and enlarged by me 😉 The quote is from Rabindranath Tagores’ work]