What is White Matter

White matter is the brain tissue through which messages pass between different areas of grey matter within the nervous system. Using a computer network as an analogy, the grey matter can be thought of as the actual computers themselves, whereas the white matter represents the network cables connecting the computers together.

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Two Rivers

Two Rivers
By Anand Tambey (31st May 2013)
We are two rivers.
We run in parallel…
Yet apart.
We foster,
The land beneath,
Our owned part of earth,
Along the way.
We make,
Our own independent ways,
Be it uneven stones,
And the terrain.
We fight our own battles,
With a hope inside,
Maybe someday,
We will meet.
We are two hopeful rivers.
And a forking canal,
Makes up the way to another.
We see each other
And smileJ
A part of me,
Meets a part of you.
We are two rivers,
Who meet each other,
As canals.
We talk too much
And yet talks remain incomplete.
Our words tell different stories,
And yet eyes alone, do the talking.
Our heartbeats speak aloud
And yet it mutes the surroundings.
We run for each other
And yet remain stand-still
To seize views across, inside hearts.
We find ourselves in,
A poem without words,
A riddle without answer
And in a vision,
Without opening eyes.
We lose ourselves in,
A wordless dialogue,
A lipless kiss
And a touchless hug.
We are two rivers,
Meeting just for,
Few ticks of time.
A touch of happiness,
Creates ripples,
Across our souls.
Okay, this meeting will last,
For few blinks of eyes,
We know…
A part of me,
Will meet,
A part of you.
To part again,
We know… 
P.S. – This long poem is like river [hope you could feel (intended) twists and turns while reading] and will set the theme for the next part of “Two Rivers” about long distance love relationship and hints about the title of the story.