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Expression of gratitude



This is a debt remaining.
For always, I will remember
Some day, will "certainly" return
Of what, is needed, to be done.
In all humilities, I remain, indebted..
It is not forever
But, someday, I will return..

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Submitted on May 11, 2015

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I am someone, who if assigned work, does not ever leave it unfinished and would prefer giving my best. I know how to impress people and know the importance of time, money and energy. Any task that I do, have to be done with absolute finesse is my credo. I can empathize very strongly with anyone in trouble and not just understand but also try to bring succor to the person with whatever the least to the maximum that I can do. I can bring life to the dull, dreary and monotonous surroundings; know how to have my ways out with people who are deemed upon as a tough call, have good reporting skills and have sound logical reasoning. It brings a lot of happiness to me when I see people around me happy and doing what they always wished they’d be doing. I want to earnestly give back to the society that had been recognized in its own way. To have a quick count upon my strengths, I have impressionable interpersonal skills, is well spoken, know how to conduct myself in social settings, is very ambitious, want to do everything in the most transparent manner possible, quickly able to adapt to the environment, a very fast learner, is decisive, good grasping skills, highly inquisitive and very enquiring, a strict disciplinarian and believe strongly in excelling at everything I undertake, never scared of any hard work, effective negotiation skills, never carry airs around myself, is honest to the core, is very diligent, endorse the finest from Hinduism and the Indian tradition. I am very spiritual and have a positive outlook towards life. I accept my mistakes and try not to repeat them in the future. I can connect with God in my weak moments and seek strength. I have no fears of speaking in public and voicing my opinions, is a fighter for a cause if deserving, have good communication skills, is a poet in hobby, overall a zealous and persevering personality with a pinch of charm and unsurpassable wit. To state the weaker aspect of my personality, I can get too much immersed in my work until the time I see it reaching a culmination point, can be less social at times and would yearn for partial withdrawal if not total, the political activities at the work place can be a let down, and I can react at the break- neck speed, if provoked, I have the tendency to believe people without doing my own amount of the investigation, I do not appreciate procrastination and would have a difficulty, if I have to work with someone in my team who is , since always, lazy and lethargic.Born in 22 March 1981 at New Delhi,India and education of Masters Degree in Management and habit of reading and writing are my inspirations.Towards poetry “Nobel House of London” published poem "Frivolity of Yesterday” in the year 2008 and I was the recipient of the Editor's Best Choice Award at a symposium held in Los Angeles. Poem "Bid Farewell" is my favorite composition and I write to the give the right vent to the feelings I adorn, good or bad , I know how to be able to make everything beautiful around me, try to and love of Shakespearean literature and Keats enriched my perceptivity, to poem "As you like it”,then “The language”, Epic poem “ ”Silence” are few closing near publication.Your Support has been encouraging.And I thank you really.If you wish to know more about me and what I do, you can facebook me: http://facebook.com/singhdeepshikha more…

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