K: She drove fast even though she heard Gravel hitting the car. A: Gravel was mad, you see. And blind too. K: The mother sighed as she half heartedly told him off. A: But unfortunately, he was deaf too. K: The leaves fell on his face but he ignored them. A: She got out of the car, held him by his left hand, which was his only unparalysed body part and threw him on the sidewalk but he still smiled his toothless smile as he couldn't feel anything anyway. K: She got back in and continued driving, immersing herself again in her thoughts. A: Wow, this felt good, she thought. Her cold thoughts were soothing in this hot weather. K: But she felt Gravel hitting the car. Ignorance didn't seem reliable to her. A: Ignorance had promised her this wouldn't happen again, but it had. K: The polar bear (The woman driving) grunted. She had to learn to ignore Gravel and adopt Ignorance. It was the only was out of industrialisation. [Ask K, for the precise meaning of this.]
K: P, I'm getting bored. P: Yeah me too K: Lets write a poem on A P: Ok
Aanchal Anchal Aanchal Hume kehti hai Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na dekhne chal Par usme nahi jhai itna bal Uski Dadi use khilati hai phal Nahati hai us saaboon se jiska naam hai 'Nirmal' Jisse hoti hai tvacha komal komal Par kya woh hoti hai safal? Ha, Par keval (sorry, Anki, we used your word) nalke se nikalne mein jal
Then one day, a dog came by And Aanchal sighed her patented 'sigh' The dog looked at her, as if asking why But then Aanchal ran without saying 'bye' Aur dog bola, Haay! Haay! Haay! Whatever she says is a complete lie Like when she claims 'I'm so shy' She met a cow, who in Hindi is called gaay Uske terrace par baithkar, karta hai ek kauva 'kaay, kaay' Aanchal usko aakar kehti hai, "I hate you, FYI" Aur woh kehta haiu, "Aanchal, you're my(ne), my(ne)" Par Aanchal kehti hai, "YOu're a pig, go to your sty" CCD mein jaakar hum khaate hai Clay Pie Jab humne vaaha se piya paani, we thought we would die And that was when Aanchal began to cry We said try to stop, try, try But as we said earlier, she didn't succeed She says, "Tuesdays ko I don't have meat."
A little something written by a friend before I left Delhi......
Ode To An Irreplaceable Friend
You may or may not know, But here are the facts: Whenever you were with us, the place came alive! All seemed well with the world and life was nice! Oh! How time flies & I never realised....... That one day you'll have to go and there's gonna be a goodbye!
Now that you're leaving, And I don't know when I'll see you again.... Heyy Sistah! I want you to know one thing; In me you'll always have a friend!
Wish I could rewind Life and pause time! So i could relive those days and never let go...... And never let go! Cause' what comes ahead is incomplete, in vain! Without you, dear friend, its never gonna be the same!
Mad and mellow, sweet and sour..... Every moments' priceless, I'll cherish them all And when years later, if at all You chance upon this sheet; yellowed, dusty, tucked In a corner with dog-eared ends! Do stop by a sec and recall...... Some bygone time, a forgotten friend....
But I can't assure that I won't, can't ever forget! Whenever you need me, you know where to find me! Standing and waiting at the crossroad you left.......