Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Save God's Own Country

(Image Courtesy: Save Mullaperiyar Dam, Save Kerala Facebòòk Campaign and Facebook)

For the first time, I’m simply copying a few pictures from Internet social networking sites as I’ve no words to explain how horrible the situation is here in Kerala! More than 33million people and 4 districts of Kerala will be washed off making it the biggest tragedy in the world!Let the last two pictures remain as an imagination and never a reality! Save Life, Kerala and Mullaperiyar

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Teddy's Dream Love

When rain drops fall on my cheek,
It reminds me of you caressing my cheek...

I can't look into your eyes
As I may drown in that ocean of love...

I feel safe and strong
When you hold my hands...

I'll get stuck
When your cute eyes find me...

I know you'll turn back and look
When I walk away from you...

Your face, smile and words
Have stolen my thoughts...

Every one knows what we are,
Though we act like nothing...

I can't call you again
By that stupid name 'friend'...

I know our relations won't go on.
Still I always cherish it as my first true love...

When thunder roars around me,
I wish you'd be here...

To give a hug and say,
'Don't worry my sweet teddy bear'...

(Dedicated to all readers who said love is something that is missing in my blog)

Tuesday, November 22, 2011


“It is stupid book”… When I turned the pages of that book, my cousin brother came up with his opinion. As he reads so much, it may be true. However, I couldn’t stop looking at the title of the book. TOO MUCH IN LOVE! It is a book by Kate Williams and is a story of a girl who is very possessive about her boy friend. I know it doesn’t have much serious stuff in it. Even then, I decided to read it. It has nothing more than what we see in the usual mega serials. Still, the surprising thing was that I could read more than 50 pages in a single read. And it has been years since I left the habit of reading.

A little flashback… “I’ve not seen many children playing with books, turning each page without tearing it. You were so from the age of two”-my mom used to give compliments to me. It’s true! I loved books so much when I was a kid. While other children played hide and seek, my world was books. I knew the entire story of Mahabharata and Ramayana at the age of 8 or 10. My relatives have many times appreciated me for my habit of reading.

Soon I realized that the kids of my age never liked me because I was silent and didn’t play with them. That self- realization was too shocking for me. I felt I was all alone in this world. Neither my friends nor cousins cared me much as I was an alien in their world. Slowly, I started hating books. I had a feeling that it took me away from the real world. I moved away from letters and words. Once I changed, I started getting good friends in both real and virtual world.

As soon as I became a ‘normal person’, I thought I should start the habit of reading again. This time books rejected me! I’m not able to sit and read for a long time. Sometimes, I’ll get bored when I read a few pages of a book. When I lose my interest in a book, I won’t try to read it again. The lack of reading reduced my vocabulary. I struggled while writing. Some blogs and article reading from web helped me to write.

I really wish to be a voracious reader. Hope my new love ‘Too much in Love’ will help me to get back into the world of books without reducing the time spend with my friends and family.

Friday, November 18, 2011

Empty Mind Speaks

Empty roads,

Empty lanes.

Like my mind

Like my soul!

Am I alive?

Am I dead?

Was that a dream?

Was that a reality?

Silence is sweet,

Silence is bitter too!

Horrible quietness,

Terrible stillness…

I should cry,

But I laughed!

I should be quiet,

But I screamed!

Sunrise and Sunset,

Life is Beautiful…

I came all alone,

I’d go the same!

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Bachchan ka Bachcha

Finally that lady delivered a baby girl… That was the first reaction of mine when my friend showed me the tweet of Amitabh Bachchan announcing his daughter-in-law Aishwarya Rai’s delivery. From the day when media came to know about her pregnancy, this new story has been on the top of list. Reports on the security at the Seven Hills Hospital in Marol, Mumbai was major news yesterday in Times Of India. It seems except the patients, no relatives were allowed to stay in that hospital unless the patient is in ICU. In short, a lot of people suffered so much because of the high security for this.

A lot of people were busy betting whether her baby will be a boy or girl. Almost all the media of India found a place nearby the hospital to get maximum coverage for that ‘special delivery’. The reporters at Seven Hills were forced to cook up some stories daily for their organization. At the end, the news flashed today that ‘Aishwarya Rai and Abhishekh Bachchan is blessed with a baby girl’. Wishes flowed in social media too. Some bloggers even have explained when her labor pain had started and how many hours it took for her to deliver the baby!

Anyway now the delivery is over… But the discussions do not end here as now people and media are thinking about the name to be given to that baby. It is their daughter/grand-daughter. Let them decide what to name, how to name, how to feed her etc etc. At least let that baby grow peacefully and happily and never ever regret that she is denied freedom because she belong to a star family!