Jo really imbibed the name Joker in letter and spirit. He hid his pains behind that infectious humor of his. His words seemed to comfort the fellow writers who had troubles... He kept his posts hopeful and entertaining.
His words offered new perspectives and information and always he added to it his trademark comedy. His roasts became popular real quick and some sort of celebrity status was conferred on anyone who was roasted by him.
He spread positivity and cheer whenever he spill ink over paper and truly he became that crack ass comedian he aspired to be. He made a family out of strangers on a writing app, which still sticks together and that itself is an ode to his great persona.
We all love u Brother
From Kini, Sid, and me for Jo: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ //Words of his spread hope so big A mine of happiness yielding more the more you dig A bright sunshine in a world so sad Infectious humor turning things good from bad A brother, friend, poet, comedian Living by ideology of carpe diem Full of vigor making life memorable Weaving his own endearing fable Always in our memories and our thoughts All his battles he bravely fought Becoming A guiding light to love our lives His hopeful vivacious spirit surely never dies!! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ "Words of his spread hope so big Words so jovial and band-aid banter, His style of comic An effulgent ray amongst the world so dark With a heart so tender, a rare gleaming spark An invigorating breeze chasing away the gloom Spreading smiles and giggles in magic woods tune A brother, a friend, a kind of light Now, A gleaming star in the blue moon delight Finding a new place to roast and grow Teaching us lessons of unborn tomorrow" ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Words of his, spread hope so big Like the fragrance of those old books He held wisdom, courage and knowledge Whilst hugging humour, love and positivity
Just like his Pen-name He put smiles on everyone's faces Whether with the roasts, banter or jokes He made Mirakee a home for many
He welcomed the new budding writers Revered and admired the old ones Through his quill he wrote masterpieces Addressing the societal taboos and issues
He was a staunch film lover Often replied with legendary dialogues Even dedicated a post to his favorite film But never 'Acted' and adhered to 'Realness' in reality
And such was our dear brother, Who only believed in going forward For the show must go on Yehi Kehta hai Joker... ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ (In order myself, @kin_jo and @the_speccy_outsider )
PS. The title draws from the fact that Our bro Jo loved and lived the movie Anand... #jandjforever#refrain