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The Greatest Friend In The World

A father, a mentor,
A student, a teacher,
A source of joy,
Of pleasure and of love.
He stood by my side
Despite the shifting tides.
Yet battered and worn;
My only source of hope,
My only place of refuge,
My only true friend. Continue reading The Greatest Friend In The World


The Silence of Others

Rubber against asphalt, leather against concrete.
A blanket of smoke, smell of people all around.
All the madness, all the chaos,
The concrete jungle.

Cars and bikes, buses and rails.
The roar of horns, the voices of men.
Footsteps and chatter, as the crowds gather.
Running after time, (yet) always out of time.

Side by side, but never together.
A sea of faces, breeching and linking.
All in silence, (yet) the noises persist.
The noises that make the silence
(of) The people already gone by.
Continue reading The Silence of Others

A festive#gathering

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Processed with VSCO with hb2 preset

Grid photo by debooWORKS on VSCO

This post was submitted to a Daily Post Photo Challenge: Gathering, Facade, OvationVibrant




A photo posted by Abhineet Dey (@debooworks) on Feb 16, 2016 at 2:00pm PST


In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: State of Mind

Letter to the hypocrite

Write a letter to the personality trait you like least, convincing it to shape up or ship out. Be as threatening, theatrical, or thoroughly charming as is necessary to get the job done.

I’ll be direct here. I don’t like you. But you
Continue reading Letter to the hypocrite


Jul 2 2015
Our second day here at #GMCH in front of the Hospital Superintendent Office.

Already angry over the fact that none of the demands were met from previous year during the Dr Sarita Toshniwal case despite repeated assurances, GMCH is again in #chaos in light of recent events.

In fact, the #media is also one of the culprits this time portraying a completely biased side of the news blatantly ignoring all relevant facts.
There are code of ethics that don’t allow a doctor to advertise or self-proclaim anything. Maybe that’s why no one pays any heed to the deteriorating health status of this nation. Maybe that’s why overworked doctors are so easily blamed for everything.

Hospitals are understaffed, the medical staff has to work overtime, infrastructure is pathetic, and salaries are months overdue.
The situation is grim. People need to know the facts before acting.


Doctors on Strike by Abhineet Dey on 500px.com
#DoctorsonStrike by Abhineet Dey on 500px

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This post was submitted to a Daily Post Photo Challenge: Gathering


Verbal Confirmation

To be, to have, to think, to move — which of these verbs is the one you feel most connected to? Or is there another verb that characterizes you better?

The answer would be, to be. And here’s what I think:
The Problem With Our Masks