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Grieving On The Tomb of the Mail Box

Grieving On The Tomb of the Mail Box, originally uploaded by firoze shakir photographerno1. 151,664 items / 1,163,960 views

once upon a time
he was looked
upon endearingly
as the hope
of humanity
all in all
connecting
the wide world
with postcards
aerogrammes `
making it small
than came the
computer
the internet
hot mail g mail
yahoo mail
fucked it all
cut of his balls
a testicular
tragedy
a eunuchs call
like humpty
dumpty
a very
great fall
where there
is a mouse
who needs
to scrawl
honeymooning
in the waters
of goa
thanks to
the rainfall
match making
match fixing
is cricket
why play
football
sweet nothings
melodiously
echoed on
her facebook wall
it is not height
or grandeur
but humility
that makes
you tall

Waqt Ne Ghalib Nikamma Kar Diya

Waqt Ne Ghalib Nikamma Kar Diya, originally uploaded by firoze shakir photographerno1. 151,664 items / 1,163,714 views

Warna hum bhi the photographer kuch kam ke
muflisi main phir rahe hain nahi uthainge
sadak par pheke hue paise haram ke
hume woh izzat se rozi de aur paise
hamare name ke zindagi ke intaqam ke

Thank You Uncle Renie Ranvin

Thank You Uncle Renie Ranvin, originally uploaded by firoze shakir photographerno1. Marziya Shakir
2 Year 11 Months Old
is the Youngest
IndiBlogger till date
from the womb
of photography
into the soul of a blog
not a very long wait
shooting briliantly
with a Nikon D 80
hope is humanity
she states

pedagogic
pompous
pedantic
kick ass photographers
she berates
with her vision
her inner sight
a street photographer
her destiny awaits

to renie ranvin
father of indi blogs

www.indiblogger.in/blogger/4544/

Ab Meri Kab Tak Bajaoge

A Tribute To The Departed Soul of Mr Keshu Ramsay

A Tribute To The Departed Soul of Keshu Ramsay, originally uploaded by firoze shakir photographerno1. 151,466 items / 1,163,164 views

Sometimes the departed soul beckons people to share the pain of the people he loved and people he has left suddenly on a journey across the shores , a journey we all will inevitably take one day..

As I carry a camera on my person always I shot these pictures without flash and discreetly , without getting into anyone's way.. or disturbing the sanctity of a decisive moment called Death..and its Aftermath.

Chautha is the four day prayer meet after the human soul is cremated..it was performed at 366 Khatwari Darbar Linking Road Khar.. It was a crowded event unlike the funeral service at Oshiwara I shot to ,, and posted at Flickr.
I shall include them in this set .

This is my new set at Flickr of the Chautha of late Mr Keshu Ramsay I shot about 89 pictures ,, I normally shoot wide but I used a telly this time the new lens is a gift from a well wisher who is a …