Life Beneath the Pebbles – by Saumy Nagayach #Guest Post #SaumyWrites

This post is for a blogging campaign The Write Tribe Festival of Words #6 being held by #WriteTribe

About the author:
This post is written by Saumy Nagayach who blogs at Saumy’s Bag is a software engineer by profession, poet and blogger by heart. He is passionate about photography, considers himself an amateur photographer but I feel he is just being modest in saying so! He loves singing and is pretty good at it; I was fortunate enough to have heard him sing once. He is a food lover, loves sweets and enjoys knowing about history and exploring places with historical significance. He is very kind and friendly person, always available when asked for help. You can reach him on twitter @saumynagayach.

Here it goes…


Yes, I know the atmosphere here is not great for living beings. In such suffocation, how we are holding up in an attempt to grow against all odds displays our ‘never-say-die’ spirit. There is no respite from harsh weather, non-existence of water and pressure of heavy pebbles; to sustain beneath them shows our spirit. The only source of inspiration here is that we have the zeal to live our life to the fullest, despite all the challenges. We are strong from within and value our life to an extent no one can imagine. Nature may not have the best of plans for us in its mind but we know how to fight and stand against every challenge.

We know our beauty and our resistance will be appreciated one day, for sure! It’s just that we have to raise above all the odds and grow till the pebbles get overshadowed by our presence. Though people might not notice our hard work and resilience; we have to keep the faith alive. We have earned our life against all odds. A life full of experiences!

I am taking part in The Write Tribe Festival of Words #6 . Post for Day 6, Today’s prompt: “Feature a guest – a guest post / an interview”.


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20 thoughts on “Life Beneath the Pebbles – by Saumy Nagayach #Guest Post #SaumyWrites

  1. What a post, and not a better time to be reading it as I sip my chai! We have to raise above the odds! Just how hard can it be? But, it does get hard 😦

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  2. Good one Saumy- the points you make here are so valid and relevant in today’s world where we are forever distracted by things on social media nad do our best to outdo the other, at great harm to ourselves.
    Loved the writing, thanks Keerthi for sharing this from Saumy!!

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  3. So happy to see my brother featured here! Saumy is a wonderful person! His photography is a passion that will take him far. Alongwith his writing, I am sure the stars are not too far! Beautiful take on a brilliant click. Thanks for featuring Saumy on your blog Keerthi!

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    1. Thanks for always being so encouraging, Di! You’re the best 🙂
      Keerthi is a very good friend of mine. She’s new to blogging and I’m sure she’ll love the company of amazing bloggers like you. 🙂

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    1. hahaha…am glad coffee rang the bell at the right time and reminded you of me. 🙂 It’s so good to hear from you again, Vinay. It was last year in July when you wrote that poem. I still remember that how beautifully you composed it. I hope you’re doing great.

      Also, thanks for the kind words 🙂

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  4. Very well said, Saumy. There is a purpose to our existence, and we have to focus on that, instead of getting distracted by things that are out of control.
    Thank you Keerthi, for featuring such a good writer.

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  5. I’ve heard of Saumy, of course. 🙂 Maybe might have crossed paths on Twitter or Blogsville one day, though I can’t be sure if I have.

    It’s just that we have to raise above all the odds and grow till the pebbles get overshadowed by our presence.

    I loved this line a lot. Yes. At times, people seem to put pebbles on purpose too, but it’s important to believe and grow through the gaps too. till nothing else matters. 🙂 Beautiful post. Thank you, Saumy. And to Keerthi for sharing the words on her space.

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