Monthly Archives: December 2004

Final words for a year gone by

How much can one grow up in a year. How many days old are you if you have lived 365 days more. And why does a New Year put some of in such a deep dilemma? Assorted music in the … Continue reading

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A birthday wish.. SIMBLY

A birthday wish for Sri. Born on the night of the 1st. This is what he wrote to me in a mail, written in the year 2000. Self was born on 1st Jan 1979(Sometime after 12 on the night of … Continue reading

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Notes for a New Year – Part I

Back to notes for the New Year. As always. I don’t make resolutions. Mostly because I find them pointless. Also, because I don’t really dig the concept. Am I happy? Yes I am. I am mostly always happy. But over … Continue reading

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Build Up

Notes written in haste. Year end, and though mentally I have an interesting build up to the 31st of December every year, the last few days have been a blur. How is it that though I claim to be indifferent … Continue reading

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I am weary…

Since we’re listening to BlueGrass here… Might as well continue this theme. In the middle of a sea of work, and suddenly this desolate, almost strange feeling of insignificance and fatigue, all at once. Listening to I am Weary.. Let … Continue reading

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On writing about tragedies

Why I cannot write poetry about calamities disasters and riots. An essay in formless prose, that may be mistaken for verse. I do not write because I feel. I write because I can. Because the urge to articulate and vomit … Continue reading

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Swing Low….

Song Playing in the background…. Swing Low.. Sweet Chariot. Described as a lullaby, a song of the African Americans, a song of hope, gospel. A song that hypnotized the wakers, and the sleepers at Woodstock, as Joan Baez sang it … Continue reading

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Sleepy Song

In forms that that only I can curl in like folds of the littlest fingers or baby fat rolled in the thigh Would you still be able to touch and leave and sigh as you watch me sleep?

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Table Lamp

How thin is your skin. Does it let the light from love glow outside like table lamp to study notes?

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A tired Neha writes…

Been working almost for 30 hours straight now, if you leave out 4 hours of groggy sleep in between. The SEA EAT blog has had about hundred thousand hits in the last 48 hours. The team is working in shifts, … Continue reading

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On fearing domesticity

He Said For some time now domestication looms like a threat to the dirt I live in and have come to love. Yesterday, you dared to open a cupboard which I had never touched, hoping that little ghosts were breeding … Continue reading

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Shiver

All my words come back to me in shades of mediocrity – Simon & Garfunkel Or in my case, prolonged periods of second hand genius. You feel cold inside your own skin your ribs beating about madly. Like the rapid … Continue reading

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