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Anjit Sharma is professionally a Software Engineer. A Biker at the heart, he believes that writing comes right from the soul. Being one of the topmost bloggers of India, he started blogging in 2008. He has written numerous poems, articles, book reviews and short stories, for his blog and other websites in the name of Crestless Wàve. Apart from writing, he is fond of capturing moments through his cell phone lens, making tunes on his guitar and pencil sketches.
His much-loved genres of reading are Thrillers and History. Michael Connelly, David Baldacci, Jim Corbett and Ruskin Bond mark the top of his list of favorite authors.
To read more of Anjit’s work, log on to http://anjit-speaks.blogspot.in - his blog.


There are things that you hear more
often than usual, and all of them are appreciable at all. Some term it as a
concern or care for you, while it’s always, ALWAYS a perception that
is formed with lack of interference of theirs in YOUR life. When you react in any way, humble or sharp,
they nag on you that you are being a jerk and being hypersensitive. Have you
had any incident like this?
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“When there is nothing to say about a book; we end up saying "Beautiful Story".”
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“If you would tell me the heart of a man, tell me not what he reads, but what he rereads.”
François Mauriac

“Do you not know that a man is not dead while his name is still spoken?”
Terry Pratchett, Going Postal

“The day will come
When my body no longer exists
But in the lines of this poem
I will never let you be alone

The day will come
When my voice is no longer heard
But within the words of this poem
I will continue to watch over you

The day will come
When my dreams are no longer known
But in the spaces found in the letters of this poem
I will never tired of looking for you”
Sapardi Djoko Damono

“Remember the quiet wonders. The world has more need of them than it has for warriors.”
Charles de Lint, Moonheart

“Back then, come July, and the blazers would again make their way out of the steel trunks and evenings would be spent looking at snow-capped mountains from our terrace and spotting the first few lights on the hills above. It was the time for radishes and mulberries in the garden and violets on the slopes. The wind carried with it the comforting fragrance of eucalyptus. It was in fact all about the fragrances, like you know, in a Sherlock Holmes story. Even if you walked with your eyes closed, you could tell at a whiff, when you had arrived at the place, deduce it just by its scent. So, the oranges denoted the start of the fruit-bazaar near Prakash ji’s book shop, and the smell of freshly baked plum cake meant you had arrived opposite Air Force school and the burnt lingering aroma of coffee connoted Mayfair. But when they carved a new state out of the land and Dehra was made its capital, we watched besotted as that little town sprouted new buildings, high-rise apartments, restaurant chains, shopping malls and traffic jams, and eventually it spilled over here. I can’t help noticing now that the fragrances have changed; the Mogra is tinged with a hint of smoke and will be on the market tomorrow. The Church has remained and so has everything old that was cast in brick and stone, but they seem so much more alien that I almost wish they had been ruined.’
('Left from Dhakeshwari')”
Kunal Sen

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