Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Piece from his dairy

Gandhi by Jeevan

As I was whizzing through the air yesterday
and looking at the trees,
I saw that beneath all the change
that these mighty trees daily underwent,
there was a little something that persisted
Every leaf has its own separate life
It drops and withers
But the tree lives on
-MahatmaGandhi

Gandhi has not written much about nature, music or drama. But in this diary we could read a letter he wrote to Kallenbach, his close friend in South Africa in which Gandhi talked about trees.

15 comments:

tulipspeaks said...

hey.. u drew that?? good effort!!


ammu.

Nirek said...

hi bro,
nice drawing!
me too share your joy of mahatma's birth in India!

Balaji S Rajan said...

Good drawing! I have never read this poem. Thanks for publishing this.

starry nights said...

Jeevan..You are an artist, that drawing is just awesome.love it.

barbi bharadwaj said...

HI jeevan,

good work with the paint.

btw, i dropped you a mail. please do get back, thanks

balar said...

Hey jeevs, very nice drawing..
Thanks for the poem, never read this poem before.

how was your 5 days holidays?

Keshi said...

amazing thoughts!

Keshi.

pria said...

A good one and nice effort.

தூயா [Thooya] said...

Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

krystyna said...

Hi Jeevan!
You made my day. I'm so happy seeing your art talent. Excellent!
Love this poem too!
Thanks Jeevan for sharing!

Kalyan said...

This is just a beautiful painting Jeevan & the poem you have selected is also a very nice one...Lovely post!

Voracious Blog Reader said...

Hi Jeevan,

Great drawing of Gandhi.

I haven't read this poem of his either. Thanks for sharing it.

You are very talented.

Voracious Blog Reader

Jo said...

Good painting Jeevan and that poem was quite different! Thank you for sharing these.

kalai said...

Nice painting...

Thanks 4 giving such a nice poem...

Eagerly expecting more paintings from u buddy....

Shiva said...

A geart poem to remeber on Gandhi Jayanthi. Thanks for sharing. You painting is awesome. One suggestion - he should have been little thin and the lip looks too pink for Gandhi. May be your next painting will address this. Cheers Jeevan