Home > Heartfelt > hindi > Poem > Poetry > Kuch Adhoore Shabd Kuch Adhoore Shabd Shweta Dave January 22, 20152015-01-22T17:07:46+01:002019-11-24T14:14:29+01:00 Heartfelt, hindi, Poem, Poetry 41 Comments Tweet Pin It About The Author shweta.dave09 41 Comments January 23, 2015 Shruthi Raghunandan Hello beautiful people and awesome writers, they say we write to inspire others and for sure you have inspired and motivated me to write some more. Hence, I nominate you for “Very Inspiring Blogger Award” and for more details check this link http://myviewsinmywords.blogspot.com/2015/01/very-inspiring-blogger-award.html. Congratulations 🙂 Reply January 23, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you so much Shruti for considering me worthy for this award. Delighted 🙂 Reply January 23, 2015 Ravish Mani Well, the 2nd line reminds me of the famous Hindi song, “Mera Kuchh saman tumhare pass pada hai….” I could feel your words full of beautiful emotions. Very vivid description of sweet moments. A little thing is bothering me: Was her lover a army man who sacrificed his life in protecting country so that his things were returned along with his last letter? Or Was it a break up with return of things? One more thing, from where do you get these backgrounds: spread ink droplets, crushed bed sheets & others to beautifully support your words which help readers in visualization! 🙂 Reply January 23, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Ravish, glad you liked it and could visualize it 🙂 Well the interpretation of whether it is for an army man or a breakup letter depends how you want to perceive it, I would want to keep it free to the readers imagination. Do let me know if you did like to have any such backgrounds, would love to share one with you 🙂 Reply January 23, 2015 Ravish Mani I’d love to hear 🙂 Reply January 23, 2015 Shweta Dave to hear…as in? Reply January 23, 2015 Ravish Mani “would love to SHARE one with you” 🙂 January 23, 2015 Shweta Dave I meant the backdrop….as in the ink stained paper or the satin sheet 🙂 January 23, 2015 Ravish Mani Hehe… I thought the background of the letter from army man point of view. I thought you knew such story 🙂 Well, I’ll ask when in need 🙂 January 23, 2015 Shanx Ravish, our guy is alive. The tear drops and the personal letter says so.. ain’t me 😉 Reply January 23, 2015 Ravish Mani Well, dear, the smearing of letter made an impression of tear droplets. It wasn’t fresh one but dried. The personal letter might have been written on battle ground and was delivered with sad news of his demise. And she was also shedding tears while reading it and remembering past memories. This may be interpreted that he was dead. May be she was telling in last line that whenever she’d get emotional & remember him, he’d feel it in heaven. Sorry, buddy, still things aren’t clear for me. 😛 Reply January 23, 2015 Shanx yo true..Of course, one way of perception.. 🙂 Distance can here mean very well even life she has and his death.. true! That’s why it is adhoore words title.. but I want this guy to be alive u c 😉 so that he gets the letter when she has to send and the bird doesn’t really have to fly to heaven to deliver it 😉 Also, your thoughts adds up the love of army, nation and her acceptance of the fate..beautiful… y r u confused 😛 U got the core love, the gist of poem.. other things we can keep conjuring up 😉 (that said, I want them to b together.. to b alive 😛 ) Reply January 23, 2015 Ravish Mani Hehe…. I could understand you don’t like soldier’s death on battle field. 🙂 January 23, 2015 Shweta Dave If the point is destiny (a soldier’s death) and choice (a mutual decision of being in love but physically away)….I did choose the latter as the background to the letter as Ananya writes…paas rehna bada nahi saath rehna khaas hai 🙂 a personal choice! January 23, 2015 Ravish Mani I was getting the same message from this line & line no.3 Reminds me of the song “Dil mera tod diya usne bura kyun manu…..” Liked your choice, the decision of Radka & Krisha – separate but together – love beyond physical plane. 🙂 January 23, 2015 Vishal Grover Ravish you are spot on!!! I felt the same instantly 🙂 When I started reading 2nd line, it was like same song flashed in my mind. 🙂 Reply January 23, 2015 Vartika Good one Shweta.. I agree with Ravish this poem reminds me the song “Mera kuch saaman” Reply January 23, 2015 Shweta Dave If it reminded you of such great work of Gulzar sahab, then I take it as a huge huge compliment. 🙂 Reply January 23, 2015 Shanx Beautiful 🙂 The vivid emotions, the sheer love b/w em.. “It isn’t over until it is over”. Words are the most powerful yet it’s surprising how you don’t really need to use ’em to convey to one you love 🙂 Reply January 23, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Shashank, you made my day…well weekend 🙂 Very happy you got the emotions right 🙂 Reply January 23, 2015 Vishal Grover Beautifully written. What I really like is the mention of little but common moments like touching of ornaments, half knitted sweater, knitting of ‘A’ letter on handkerchief.. makes it connected to the readers. Very nicely written Shweta as usual. 🙂 Reply January 23, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Vishal….when there is a lot of distance between soulmates..the mundanes are most longed for isn’t it 🙂 Reply January 23, 2015 abhi_bangal I don’t know how you manage to create such beautiful content…You deserve a salute and thumps up from me (and all of us!) Reply January 25, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you so so so much. Wow such appreciation….really made my day 🙂 Reply January 24, 2015 Saru Reminds me of those meaningful movies of 80s. This is simply beautiful and words carry soul, they are not empty. I hope you understand what I am trying to say. Reply January 25, 2015 Shweta Dave yes, I truly do Saru. It feels really nice when friends appreciate work and find it soulful 🙂 am motivated. Reply January 24, 2015 Namrata Kumari बहुत खूबसूरत। दिल की बात कागज़ पर नहीं, आपने तो दिल को ही कागज़ पर उतार डाला है। 🙂 बधाई ! Reply January 25, 2015 Shweta Dave Shukriya Namrata, bahut khushi hui ki aapke dil ko chhui yeh rachna 🙂 Reply January 25, 2015 Aditya Sinha sweet and soulful! Reply January 25, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Aditya 🙂 Reply January 25, 2015 Maniparna Sengupta Majumder Beautiful Shweta.. took me time to read it…but just worth it! Reply February 3, 2015 Shweta Dave aahhh, I should have made a quick English version, but babe the feeling is super in Hindi atleast for this one….I got you strained 🙁 But glad you liked it 🙂 Reply January 26, 2015 Fayaz Pasha Wah Wah, Ye khat to seedhe dil aur dimag ke connections ko short circuit kar raha hai shweta. Very well written. Reply February 3, 2015 Shweta Dave hahah, thank you Fayaz, one of the nicest comments I have received so far 🙂 Reply January 27, 2015 yogi saraswat क्या बात है ! हिंदी में भी अंग्रेजी जैसे मजबूत और सुन्दर शब्द लिखे हैं आपने श्वेता जी Reply February 3, 2015 Shweta Dave Shukriya Yogi ji, kuch ehsaason ko bus Hindi bhasha nikhar sakti hai 🙂 Reply January 31, 2015 Rabbit. This is classic. This is beautiful. Reply February 3, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you, happy you liked it 🙂 Reply April 4, 2016 Nitya अधबुना एक स्वेटर पिछले जाड़े जो छोड़ आई थी …. Oh it haunts…. well written Shweta. Reply June 27, 2016 Mansi Mittal Very touching. I was totally lost in a different world.. Reply July 3, 2016 Shweta Dave thank you so much Mansi, happy it touched you so much 🙂 Reply Leave a Reply to Shweta Dave Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name (required) Email (required) Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. 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