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About me ? Ah! I never get this right away. Filling up the 'About Me' section has been a difficulty of all times. I start with something and end up with what you are reading now. After having used the backspace key ten to fifteen times, i spare you all and stop here.(I guess you've now known a little ABOUT ME.)

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Wohi waali Sadak !

"Itne me Tera bas ek Khyaal jo aa gaya..Laga jaise..
Peeche se ek Ajnabee ne Dost keh kar Pukara ho ...."

Ruki nahi mai…Chaar kadam aur chaali
Ek saans rok ke phir..bas chalti rahi..

Din zarur dhal gaya tha
Par who sadak to Jawan thi ..

Raat ka fasana Andhere ne chupaya tha
Usi pehlu pe lekin chupe the jawan dil ke armaan bhi..
Tere khyaal ne to.. ae dost !
Yaad zarur dilayi thi.
Us sannatte ko sunte sunte ab to..
Maine, agle lamhe me hi, teri awaaz ki aas lagai thi.

Sapno ka to chod hi do..Hakeeqat me raste band nazar aye..
Pichle mod pe mudna jo bhool gayi thi ....

Sunday, February 26, 2012

the One you were..

Bas kal ki hi baat hai...usne mujhse kaha...
"There was a time..I talked to myself…now, I just speak to myself..and smile to myself..Sometimes it is this instant glumness that comes to me out of is at this moment when I realize I went infamous.."

Jis tarah aaj hai..Yun badnaam kabhi na thi zindagi..

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Letter Baaawx !

Dearest Mr. Connection,
Of late I find myself finding excuses to not to write to you but at the end of the day, I have somewhere landed up here. This is because for me, thoughts have been not about mere connections. I have tied threads to things of this world, or rather people, I must mention. If there is any kind of trust that I can relate myself to, it is in the fact that the threads are strong.
Besides, there is a new trouble. The threads have got knots. So I hereby request you to help yourself and stop bothering me of complications.
Thank you,

Dear Miss. You,
Of late, I have deciphered that the threads are too tangled up and complicated already. In such cases, there is one single solution which can unknot me, I suggest you to write to me more often !
Thank you,
Connection. (that particular one)

Me: Does that help ?:O

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Cottage: The one in Woods

It was a new place for her. The new town furnished with green air and humbleness in abundance. She wiped her past in her pinafore and worked as a maid in that cottage. Through the little window in her workplace, she made it possible to perceive a portion of people’s life whenever someone passed by.

There was a bridge on the way to the cottage. The one she never got slightest of opportunity to cross. A brook flowed under this very bridge, the quaintness of which was so appealing the passengers were compelled not to cross the bridge without pausing for the moment. This very moment the brook helped her see the very image of their being. 

An old man passes by the bridge every day. He sees sunshine when he leans to penetrate through the depths of flowing water. He was a widower with no children left to take care of. He sees sunshine because that is the way he feels walking back home after spending a long day at orphanage with children keenly listening and applauding his stories. 

A young boy passes by the bridge every day. The brook, as soon as she sees him, gears up. The boy then throws a pebble down the bridge in a way nuclear bombs are bombarded in world wars. In the most artistic way possible, fine and concentric ripples are formed. The brook gets an equally artistic smile on the face of the boy.

A sister from the Baptist church passes by the bridge every day. She bends down to see the face of brook which hustles in a way psalms are chanted.

These people had somewhere occupied a place in that girl’s daily life. Besides, the girl waited for someone else. The person seemed to exist not in the proximity of her conscience. A person to who even the brook did not answer.
Even he passed by the bridge every day. To him, perhaps, the brook spoke of nihility. Neither did the water whine nor did it grizzle, but simply flowed.
All she did was waited near the window each day for him to come, each day for him to come and the brook to answer to his questions or rather her questions.

P.S.: There are numerous facets of life. One fine day, try out living without experiencing a particular one.