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Two Monuments To Love

Updated on August 27, 2013
Taj Mahal
Taj Mahal


In India

On Agra Plain

An edifice of pristine white

Rises from the Earth below

To touch the cloudless

Azure sky


A monument

Of marble formed

By clever minds and gifted hands

Of architects and artisans

In memory of

A lover's loss


The minarets

The graceful domes

The filigree and mirror-like pools

Draw visitors like pilgrims

To worship

At the shrine


The Taj Mahal

Took countless men

Full twenty years to build

An epic song in stone

A symbol of the love

Of Shah Jahan

For wife Mumjaz

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Dashrath Manjhi
Dashrath Manjhi

In India

A village sits

Amongst the Gahlour Hills

Poorvasha clings precariously

To rugged slopes

Of barren stone


A monolith

Of gray-brown rock

Stood as silent sentry

To isolate the village

From access

To the world


The nearest town

With shops and schools

And hospital and doctor's care

Required a walk of fifty miles

Too distant for

The gravely ill


When his wife

Was near to death

And could not make the journey

Dashrath Manjhi made a vow

The mountain

Had to go


Dashrath saw

With clarity

The task he set himself

Though it was mocked as foolishness

Impossible

Insane


All alone

He chipped away

With hammer and a chisel

The only tools this poor man had

Save his

Determination


With little food

And far less help

The man attacked the mountain

The jagged rock a jailer

Imprisoning

His people


Every day

And half the night

The sound of steel on stone

Echoed from the rocky cliffs

Until the man

Had won


Twenty years

And two it took

To clear a passage through

The distance of the trip to town

Was now a mile

Or two


Dashrath was

A Musahar

Born to India's lowest Caste

One of the poorest of the poor

Just meant for work

And death


This quiet man

With his two hands

And his great strength of will

Removed the mountain barrier

For wife and kin

And love


When finally

Recognition came

This humble hero spoke

"I never believed any mountain can

Be bigger than a human being."

The mountain

Must agree




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    • Petra Vlah profile image

      Petra Vlah 6 years ago from Los Angeles

      A country of deep contrast, divided by opulence and extreme poverty, but united by spirituality, this hub captures the essence of India itself. Whose love for his wife was greater remains an open question.

      While no tourist or world dignitaries will ever pass through the mountain demolished by the hand and will of a single man to benefit the many of his village, millions will visit the Taj Mahal and admire its splendor without ever knowing the thousands who built it for the glory of one man and his love for one single woman.

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      Freya Cesare 6 years ago from Borneo Island, Indonesia

      Between Taj Mahal and Dashrath Manjhi, I vote for Dashrath Manjhi instead. The maharaj is rich but still he sacrificed many people to build Taj Mahal. He cut the hands of those who build the love monument. That is selfish. Dashrath Manjhi in the other hand showed great love by using himself and his will to conquer the obstacle in front of him for the sake of love. He win it absolutely! Thank you, CP for this stories. :)

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      Christopher Antony Meade 6 years ago from Gillingham Kent. United Kingdom

      Yes! Yes! Yes! Brilliant and beautiful. Thank you.

      A very wise man, and a very loving husband.

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Petra,

      As usual, your perceptive comment reveals the truth within.

      Neelesh Kulkarni's telling of the story of Dashrath Manjhi affected me deeply.

      It was obvious to me that the building of the Taj Mahal and the dismantling of the mountain were born of the same motivation, while sharing little else.

      The contrasts are myriad, but the emotions universal.

      I find it reassuring when confronted by the depth and power of love.

      CP

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Freya,

      I agree. The man who has nothing but himself to give, and freely gives his all, is a man beyond measure.

      CP

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Thanks Christopher,

      Since reading the story of the "Mountain Breaker" I have felt compelled to write this poem. If it leads to more people learning about Manjhi's miracle my efforts will have served their purpose.

      CP

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      dianeaugust 6 years ago from Tennessee

      "The mountain must agree." I love the poetic narrative here. The story told from well-chosen words--the reader is touched and beholding to the poet. This reminds me of a longer narrative poem (actually was a runner-up in a Joyce Carol Oates contest of some sort) about Annie Taylor--The Queen of the Mist--the story of the first woman who went over Niagra Falls and survived. Her story is beautifully rendered by Joan Murray in her poetry book by the same name--I think you would like it if you haven't read it. Have been missing your words. My computer crashed--new one to arrive tomorrow I hope. I don't have as much access to the computer as I like. The Sketchbook is coming along well--it's not what I thought it would be exactly but it has been fun (most of the time). It is a big commitment that I'm not sure I would do again--but I wanted to do it for the creative aspects--and that has proven joyful. Once I get a computer I'll write some about it. Hope all is well. DA

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Diane,

      I too had computer trouble this week, but $300 later we're up and running again. I then immersed myself in completing this poem for a couple days and lost touch with fellow hubbers.

      I'll visit your page soon.

      CP

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      SilentReed 6 years ago from Philippines

      Stones may last for generations but that which comes from the heart is eternal. Thanks for the link. Haven't had a cry for sometime, the heart warming and feel good kind.

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      SilentReed,

      If you clicked on the link and read the story I'll bet you've had that heart warming cry by now. Pass it on.

      Peace.

      CP

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      sofs 6 years ago

      Priceless! the power to love, when you have lost your love .. what are monuments in stone..?? the monuments of love written on the tablet of your hearts are worth more than any wonder of the world. Hat's off to you Christopher Price... ( priceless!) amazing story..amazing poetry!!

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Love manifests itself in many ways, and the paintings, poems, songs and monuments we create to honor love are just our feeble attempts to immortalize the ephemeral.

      Sometimes the price is right!

      CP

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      dianeaugust 6 years ago from Tennessee

      Will look forward to reading more. My computer was one step away from the cybergrave. I purchased a used one on ebay. I wished mine could have been fixed. :-(

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      You're welcome anytime Diane. We're open 24/7.

      Hope the new Mac works out for you.

      CP

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      attemptedhumour 6 years ago from Australia

      What a beautifully written response to the inequities of life for the haves and the have-nots. Everyone would be proud of that great single act of defiance and goodwill. Your words were so well sculptured, you too should be proud to do this epic example, of one man's determination, justice. Hope that makes sense as it's nearly midnight. Cheers rock breaking for me in the morning too.

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Keith, I'm probably the last person you should ask as to what makes sense at any time!

      I feel I am just a conduit for the message this story carries. I will be honored should this poem help to gain recognition for Dashrath Manjhi.

      Cheers to you.

      CP

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      saddlerider1 6 years ago

      This wonderful story was shared by De Greek and that is how I first chanced to read it. Neelesh Kulkarni's story was filled with incredible sacrifice and giving by a man that cared only for his people and showed us all that determination can move mountains.

      Chris you put together an excellent poem and it stands as a great tribute to this humble man who was God sent no doubt. Thank you for this great share. I loved it and rated it way UP UP..bravo

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      Eiddwen 6 years ago from Wales

      Hearing of so much inner strength is very humbling.

      Yes determination can move mountains.

      A brilliant hub Christopher.

      This has got to be an up and a beautiful and awesome.

      Thank you so much for sharing.

      Take care.

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      Ruby Jean Fuller 6 years ago from Southern Illinois

      This is so beautiful.What an inspiration!To love like that is a powerful reminder to all that'love conquers all'

      Cheers

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      b. Malin 6 years ago

      A lot of blood, sweat and tears...beautiful Hub...Thank you for sharing it with us.

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Ken: Yes, from Dimitri to Neelesh to me, I truly feel this is a story that should be transcribed, translated and told again and again. I felt compelled to play a minor role.

      Eiddwen: It was my pleasure. I'm glad you liked it.

      always exploring: Thanks for allowing me to share this story with you.

      CP

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      b. Malin,

      You must have been looking over my shoulder as I struggled to do justice to this story.

      Oh! You were referring to the toils of Dashrath. Got ya'.

      Cheers to you too.

      CP

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      Wayne Brown 6 years ago from Texas

      Human determination can go quite far to overcoming so many things. First, we have to believe that we truly can, then we have to be willing to stay the course when the going gets tougher than we could have ever imagined. Thanks for sharing two beautiful examples. WB

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Welcome Wayne.

      When I was stubborn as a child I was told I was a bullhead. I wonder what Dashrath's parents told him. He was certainly single-minded and focused and the poster boy for perserverence.

      When it comes to expressing one's love, chocolates and flowers sure pale in comparison.

      CP

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      ralwus 6 years ago

      I am ashamed by the second wonder here, Dashrath. What wonderful thing could I ever have done that could match his sacrifice? Now ro follow that link. thanks for sharing this. Charlie

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Yeah Charlie,

      This humble man humbled me too. But I can't help feeling a little proud just to be in the same species!

      It takes a special person to reveal to us the amazing things we are capable of if we truly decide that "NO" is not an option.

      I can't compete with superman or saint, I just have to do the best I can and cheer from the bleachers!

      Peace.

      CP

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      carolina muscle 6 years ago from Charlotte, North Carolina

      Love can motivate a man to move mountains! Kudos!

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Sure can Chris.

      If he had your build his time might have been cut in half, but you or I probably consume more calories in a meal than Dashrath got in a week.

      He was one tough little guy...with a fixed determination as unrelenting as gravity.

      CP

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      Nellieanna Hay 6 years ago from TEXAS

      Beautiful, Christopher P. You've captured the essence of these two monuments on opposite ends of a social system, each magnificent but incomparable. No need to compare, when each is what it is - simply superlative. Your writing is up there too. I'm voting it accordingly!

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Thank you Nellieanna;

      The contrasts of these singular expressions of love begged to be explored and expressed. I'm happy you consider my efforts worthy of the subjects. Your's is an opinion I value greatly.

      CP

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      Micky Dee 6 years ago

      Very beautiful Christopher! Thank you Bud. There's so much history in that Taj Mahal and around Agra. God bless!

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Thanks Mick;

      Yeah, it amazes me that the Taj was built in the mid 1600's, about the time the Pilgrams were getting a toe-hold here in America, building log cabins.

      Ride On Bro.

      CP

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      Cheri Taylor 6 years ago from New York, NY

      GREAT READ...THANK YOU FOR THIS AMAZING PIECE!

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Welcome Heart Felt;

      Thanks for your encouraging enthusiasm.

      Feel free to stick around and browse.

      CP

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      sameerk 6 years ago from India

      Awesome

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Thanks.

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      Doug Turner Jr. 6 years ago

      I like the spare style employed here. It gives the words more weight. For instance, you use the word "imprisoning" as the only word in a line; so much more poignant than if it were buried in a sentence somewhere. Thanks for the interesting post.

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Thanks Doug;

      I believe every word in a poem should be chosen as the best word to express the essence and meaning intended.

      Consideration must be given to the number of syllables, the rhythym, the common inflection and intonation when spoken...Etc.

      I am very glad you noticed and appreciated my efforts. Please take the time to sample more of my wares.

      CP

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      Nellieanna Hay 6 years ago from TEXAS

      Well, Christopher - it's reciprocated, then! Thank YOU!

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Nellieanna, your visits are always cause for celebration.

      CP

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      acaetnna 6 years ago from Guildford

      This was so beautiful, thank you for sharing your words.

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      acaetnna,

      The pleasure is in the sharing. Thanks for visiting.

      CP

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      Martie Coetser 6 years ago from South Africa

      Amazing – Telling these facts via poetry. This really impressed me, CP. Voted up and up!

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Thank you Martie;

      Homer's Odyssey was an epic poem...a wealth of history, drama and art all in one magnificent package.

      My effort, though significant for me, is pretty minor in comparison. I just hope Dashrath's story can be shared more widely through this poem.

      CP

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      Kaie Arwen 6 years ago

      Beautiful............ I'd have a hard time choosing. Maybe someday I'll walk this land and choose my favorite............ thanks for this ~ Kaie

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Kaie;

      There's really no reason to choose one man's expression of love over another's. Both are worthy of our respect and admiration though they are each singular and unique.

      If you do get to visit these sites be sure to drop me a postcard.

      CP

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      qwark 6 years ago

      Hi Chris:

      Still not impressed by what is called "poetry in prose."

      These are just short pleasantly worded "vignettes."

      Nicely done tho.

      Qwark :0:

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      qwark:

      Your prejudices and preferences have been noted. If the offering does not suit your palate at least you gave it a taste.

      Thanks for visiting and taking time to comment.

      CP

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      Winsome 6 years ago from Southern California by way of Texas

      I am grateful for your "...feeble attempts to immortalize the ephemeral." Your hero does it by reduction. I wonder if the bringing down of the mountain was his way of "getting even." I have a few mountains that were in my way at one time--thankfully I live in California where there is always another road. Thank you for introducing me to Dashrath. He is inspiring. =:)

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Winsome: Do you think if there was a Dashrath Donner California would have one less mountain and more Donner descendants?

      Thanks for your comments.

      BTW, good quotation...mind if I use it!?!

      CP

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      Winsome 6 years ago from Southern California by way of Texas

      My pleasure Chris. =:)

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      A pleasure we share. :{)

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      Laura Irwin 6 years ago from The Great Northwest

      this was really good -told me a story and made me get a feel of India other than the negativity I hear on the news all the time. This was very refreshing.

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Thank you Laura:

      India seems to be a land of contrasts and extremes, but "people are people where ever you go".

      I'm pleased you stopped by.

      CP

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      De Greek 6 years ago from UK

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      It is efforts like yours which unite us in our humanity and show us that there are things in us which raise us above the other living creatures. Sometimes I despair, but then I come across people like you and know that there is hope :-)

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Dimi;

      Your gracious comments overwhelm me.

      Even as I wrote this poem, my hope was that you would find your way here because it was your hub that directed me to Neelesh Kulkarni's story of "The Mountain Breaker"...your spark kindled the flame that compelled my composition.

      Now, should I despair, I can wrap myself in the warm and welcoming embrace of your approval and the knowledge I have touched someone whose opinion I truly value.

      Thank you very much, my friend.

      CP

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      Secretmission 6 years ago from Sandwich

      Terrific hub here. Thanks.

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      It's no secret, that was my mission.

      Thanks for visiting and for your generous comment.

      CP

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      Nell Rose 6 years ago from England

      Hi, what a fantastic man, and we only know about the Taj mahal, such a shame. This man should be much more well known, how amazing. Thanks nell

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Hell Nell, for a moment I thought you might be referring to me!

      I agree, Dashrath's story should be told far and wide. I just wanted to contribute in my own CP-like way.

      Feel free to spread the word.

      CP

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      Amy Becherer 6 years ago from St. Louis, MO

      You have captured the artistry of taking a complicated, almost unbelievable story and in a few, perfectly chosen and perfectly placed words, recreated the magic of an awe-inspiring love. Thank you

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Amy,

      Your comment sums up exactly what I was attempting to do. It is gratifying to be told I have succeeded.

      Thank you.

      CP

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      2uesday 6 years ago

      Had I not read your poem I would have not have known about this amazing story, it makes one feel humble to read of it.

      Amazing that determination and love can overcome such an obstacle. Thank you.

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      My pleasure 2uesday. Dashrath's story deserves to be told. This method is my madness.

      CP

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      CheyenneAutumn 6 years ago

      The man and his madness are to be condoned. This is a great post on the varied expressions of monumental love. My compliments to you CP on this labor of love, it is well done.

      Laurie

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Thank you Cheyenne. And you're right, this was a labor of love for me too. Compulsion can take many forms.

      CP

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      Linda Crampton 6 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

      This is a wonderful poem. Thank you also for introducing me to Dashrath Manjhi. What an amazing man! To maintain his determination and hard work for over twenty years is an awe-inspiring feat.

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Alicia:

      It is my pleasure to share Dashrath's story. Your praise is a bonus. Thank you.

      CP

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      katiem2 6 years ago from I'm outta here

      Very moving and inspiring as well, this made me think and feel a great combination to evoke a meaningful reaction and by such a thoughtful piece. Brilliantly written. :) Katie

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      Christopher Price 6 years ago from Vermont, USA

      katiem-

      Your comment is more than a compliment, it is my raison d'etre. If my compositions prompt thought and evoke feelings I am a happy scribe.

      I am very glad you took time to sample more of my work. Thank you.

      CP

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      Manoj Kumar Srivastava 5 years ago from India

      Dear Sir,

      I live near Agra, and have enjoyed the beauty of Taj as many others in this world. But, India is agog with many stories of men who have moved mountains. Thanks for bringing the shining face of determined India to the world.

      Your contrast and comparison is phenomenal. Voted awesome. Keep inspiring

      Lots of Love,

      MAKUSR

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      Christopher Price 5 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Manoj-

      We are far less formal here, no need to call me "sir".

      It is your countryman Dashrath who is the inspiration. I hope my poem does justice to his singular determination.

      Welcome to hubpages. Please take the time to browse through more of my offerings. I hope you find more to like. I will visit your pages as well.

      Peace.

      CP

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      makusr 5 years ago

      O.K. Christopher as you say,

      Thanks for the welcome.

      Lots of Love,

      MAKUSR

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      Rosemary Sadler 5 years ago from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand

      I love the title 'Two monuments’ when each are very different, quite opposites in fact but both for the same reason, love. You have portrayed the contrast well. Dashrath Manjhi put his heart and soul into removing the mountain and therefore would get my vote every time.

      Both beautifully portrayed in your writing. I loved this and wonder why you do not write more

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      Christopher Price 5 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Thank you for your encouraging comments Rosemay. I am very pleased when my efforts are viewed favorably by fellow writers.

      As to why I don't write more...I am my own harshest critic, refusing to publish anything I wouldn't want to serve as my final words, my epitaph. Some hubbers seem to dash off doggerel like they jotted it down during breakfast, scribbling on a roll of paper towels so as to just tear off a piece for today's posting...no proofreading necessary. I sometimes think I might publish nearly-final drafts and return to polish later, but I probably wouldn't sleep well afterwards.

      I promise to attempt to increase production, but meanwhile I hope my work can stand on quality if not quantity.

      Remember, Dashrath only moved one mountain! :{)

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      Rosemary Sadler 5 years ago from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand

      I know what you mean. I stopped fowwing a hubber who published usually 3 hubs a day and all on the same self pitying subject.

      I have a short story which I have been working on for about 4 weeks, I keep going back to because it is just not qtuite right. I do the same with my serious poems, some I wrote a couple of years ago and when re-read thought how could I possibly have thought that was finished or even good. I must admit I do dash off a few things like the 'Embarrassed to the Core' because some had had reminded me of this and I wanted to tell the funny story. So I am guilty there. Even 'tThe Valley of Love' I kept going back and replacing certain words untill I was happy eith it. I find after writing a poem like that though the brain needs a rest and just concentrate in light poetry.

      So I do understand. I look forward to your masterpiece. :-)

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      living earth 5 years ago from UK

      Your poetry is truly amazing, it was a pleasure to read it.

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      Christopher Price 5 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Thank you so much Andrea. The pleasure is mine, knowing you enjoyed the result of my efforts enough to comment so enthusiastically.

      I hope you take the time to familiarize yourself with more of my offerings.

      CP

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      Alexander Thandi Ubani 5 years ago from Lagos

      Great article. Quite inspirational.

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      Christopher Price 5 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Thank you sir for reading and taking time to comment. Forgive my belated response. I received no alert to your having dropped by. Please feel free to browse.

      CP

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      ahorseback 5 years ago

      You write great stuff Christopher , this poetry travels across ions of time , and this man like my own Father knows so much more than just work, he knows how to win. Awesome job here !

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      Christopher Price 5 years ago from Vermont, USA

      Thank you Ed. I'm glad this story has reached The Northeast Kingdom...it is one I felt compelled to share.

      Write On.

      CP

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      Carol Hill 4 years ago from Palmetto, Florida

      I loved your poem. You have many talents I see.

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      Christopher Price 4 years ago from Vermont, USA

      signgirl, thanks for visiting and for your kind comments. I hope you'll take time to look around...maybe fine more to like.

      CP

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