They say - ''nothing in this void is permanent''
whether it is pleasure or torment,
but my concern about reminiscense,
is a thing of eterna; essence.
The world is all about arrival and departure,
its the fate of every creature,
bating apart from the ordinaries,
some stem our hearts for centuries.
Thse lines are my dedication to the person,
who never asked for anything in ransom,
known for his very kindness and gratitude,
it was his merry humbleness and attitude.
Apprentices from diverse institutions and college,
comprehended the vast magnitude of his knowledge,
our colosal doubts were effortless for him,
his conversations turned us to grin from grim.
He was gentle and reserved as a mountain,
poured all his lore as a fountain,
no matter it was gladness or glum,
he treated both of them with triumph.
The facts in his gray cellar,
reflected his qualities as a scholar,
deep in the fathoms of his subject,
he has his own expertise and object.
From the elite to the ghetto,
he preached everyone with the same moto,
''knowledge is for everyone,
its not an attribute of someone''
As a man of virtue, he was gallant and polite,
to encounter him, was shear delight,
in isolation to books, he admired music,
his taste was not contemporary but classic.
His lectures were like a treat,
they were all inspiring and neat,
containing all the admiring feats,
filled with all the things we need.
His qualities were remarkable,
full of stature unattainable,
he was one of the rarest men,
whose deeds are like worthy specimen.
Like the shedding of leaves from the tree one day,
from this earth, we have to exit some day,
as he was found on his Cedar armchair everyday,
it was found swinging solitarty one day.
The news left us astonished,
as if everything is finished,
well, death is the concluding truth,
we learned that final lesson from our ruth.
We fell his vacuity since he left,
it will be never substituted by anything else,
alas, these lines are my dedication,
which acts to our heart as the only medication.
''To a well organised mind, death is but the next great adventure''
- Joanne Kathleen Rowling