Kavi on iPad

Kavi on iPad

Siddharth… A Digital Poet sitting in an Observatory where Words merge with Music, Video & Life… 100% Digital.. 1000% Original

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Buddha on Boat

April 3, 2014

नाव उपयोग के लिए होती है,
उसका उपयोग करना चाहिए
नाव के प्रति संवेदना व्यक्त करना व्यर्थ है
– बुद्ध

Just use the boat
Don’t be emotional about it
It’s a waste to be emotional for material things


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मुझे डर है कि
अपना ग़ुस्सा दबाते दबाते
कहीं मैं मध्यवर्ग न बन जाऊँ

Middle Class < 140

March 22, 2014

रंगों से खेलना शुरू कीजिए
पूरी दुनिया सादा काग़ज़ बन जाएगी

Start playing with colors
Whole world would become
a blank paper for you to paint

Kavi on iPad Wishes you billions of colors

Wish you billions of colors

March 17, 2014

From Mess to Message

March 12, 2014 2 Comments

A child writing on a paper
It all starts with a mess
And extends to a message
It’s like a sea
learning to flow
Like a river


© Siddharth Tripathi, Kavionipad.com, 2014

I Wanna be a manufacturer in a country of consumers, To create something new is Poetic

Original quotes by Siddharth.. Kavi on iPad

Be a Manufacturer !

February 17, 2014

BlindFold : आंखों पर बंधी पट्टी

February 9, 2014

Poem in Hindi, would post international Version by evening

बाग़वानी में मशगूल.. लोगों को..
सूखते हुए इंसान क्यों नहीं दिखाई देते ?

बस्तियाँ जलाने वालों को
हँसते हुए मकान क्यों नहीं दिखाई देते ?

आगे दौड़ती कामयाबी अक्सर हांफती रहती है
फिर भी पैदल चलते मक़ाम क्यों नहीं दिखाई देते ?


iLLustration Made on iPad, App : Paper by 53

© Siddharth Tripathi, Kavionipad.com, 2014

This is new form called Twitterature which is = literature in < 140 characters or u can say made 4 Twitter
Here r 1st 2 lines in Hindi, Would post in Eng Also from Next time

धुएँ की चुन्नी ओढ़कर बैठे अल्फ़ाज़ों ने
एक शहर बना दिया

ऊपर से आती धूप ने बातों को दोपहर बना दिया

© Siddharth Tripathi, Kavionipad.com, 2014

Smoke City – शहर की दोपहर < 140

January 23, 2014

Your Verse… Poetic connection of Latest iPad Air Ad

January 14, 2014

We don’t read and write poetry because it’s cute. We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with passion. And medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life. But poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for. To quote from Whitman, “O me! O life!… of the questions of these recurring; of the endless trains of the faithless… of cities filled with the foolish; what good amid these, O me, O life?” Answer. That you are here – that life exists, and identity; that the powerful play goes on and you may contribute a verse. That the powerful play *goes on* and you may contribute a verse. What will your verse be?

Dialogue from Dead Poets Society, Oscar Winner for writing (original screenplay) 1990
Robin Williams was central character

This dialogue was used in Apple’s latest iPad Air Ad, quite touching with Robin Williams Vocals


Diya – A Warrior of Light

January 12, 2014

Public Display of Affection : बादल-धूप का प्रेम प्रसंग

January 12, 2014

Flying : ज़मीन पर पैर रखने के लिए नहीं उड़ा था मैं..

January 1, 2014

This Poem Welcomes 2014 with a new thought on flying, here flying is rising above all complications. As You raise your height everything just shrinks into one dot.. So, Try to Fly….& Keep Flying, Happy New Year (in Pic – Mumbai from Air)

mumbai trip 29, 30 Jan 2011

आज कह दो ज़माने से

ज़मीन पर पैर रखने के लिए नहीं उड़ा था मैं..

ज़मीन के टुकड़े पर

पैर के अंगूठे की वो आखिरी छुअन याद है मुझे

उस पल से ज़मीन पर लिखे

बड़े-बड़े नाम, जीवन के दाम

धीरे धीरे छोटे होते गए

अपनी फैली हुई दुनिया को

एक बिंदु पर सिमटते हुए देखना

हैरान कर देता है मुझे

ये उड़ान मुझे ज़मीन पर उतरने नहीं देती


© Siddharth Tripathi, Kavionipad.com, 2014

Poem in Hindi, from my upcoming collection Poetic buddha (all rights reserved)

पापा से बात करते हुए अक्सर हम कहते रहते थे कि रेल के इंजन से नहीं लड़ना चाहिए, अब भी अक्सर इस जुमले का इस्तेमाल करता हूँ, आज पढ़ते पढ़ते अहसास हुआ कि ये एक प्राचीन जापानी विचार का भारतीय संस्करण है, hence proved…

“負けるが勝ち Makeru ga kachi… Means – To lose is to win.
Herein lies the Japanese belief that non-confrontation is the best course. Even the quintessential Japanese martial art, karate, means “empty hand.”

Japanese thought From: Galef, David, Hashimoto, Jun. “Japanese Proverbs.” Tuttle Publishing

To lose is to Win – रेल के इंजन से नहीं लड़ना चाहिए

December 31, 2013


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