Saturday, April 26, 2008

scribble from the back of a question paper

was done with it and didnt have anything else to write.so this is what i decided to do after completing a doodle :)
and yes,as a disclaimer,it's lousy and childish...

nascent tears,melted smiles.
lost letters,sepia eyes.
dreams telling you never to dream again-
never to tread upon those
half-eaten memories
of two lives walking side by side.
and yet,like an idiot who never learns,i cry every night.

p.s:i'm home :D

12 comments:

Bubbles of FireWhiskey said...

loved the scribble on the back on the question paper... i normally just make wierd faces until the invigilator comes up to me and asks me to leave "because you are obviously not revising what you have written, ms. deo. and if your so confident, you can show yourself out." :P buggers the lot of them... and hey! welcome home...

little boxes said...

hehe...thanks so much

Pongy Papaya said...

some doodles come with meaning
with uncried tears..
like this one
..n glad ur back..mwuah

phoenix said...

hey great to have you back.... :D hugs

Aruni RC said...

Homecoming i guess means bit of the doodle and unfocused. the unmeant stuff mean the most - more spontaneous.

and thanks for dropping by.

Rahul Saha said...

What exam was it by the way? I never have the time to do all this.

little boxes said...

@rahul:my last paper...modern indian lit :)
and i dont study so i never have enough to write :)

WHAT'S IN A NAME ? said...

The line does it here gain.

WHAT'S IN A NAME ? said...

The last one, I meant.

Aruni RC said...

yeah, nostalgia and all that are a must I guess. whew - bypassing all that would be such a boon.

the backs of my question papers are generally empty. can never even finish the stuff in time, forget abt doodling.

Doubletake, Doublethink. said...

nice..question paper doodles zindabad. i always hate those kids who check and recheck their papers till the last minute while i'm sitting defacing the question paper.

little boxes said...

@doubletake:oh yes,i have always hated them coz they reminded me of what my mum wanted me to be