Saturday, February 14, 2009


i've been living in a haze for the last few days-you know how you just stand back and watch things zoom past your eyes and you just absorb the haze they leave behind, and take in the the residual momentary lull.
i had to write term papers at break neck speed, meet deadlines for each of the committees i had enrolled myself in.you see, the problem with me is that i can never know when to draw the line-i just go on accepting responsibilities till kingdom come, and then cry for mercy as each one of them come biting at my ass.
i also happened to fly home for three days for my cousin's wedding.my city has changed.they say you cant say if a person has lost/gained weight if you keep seeing him/her everyday.it's the same with the city.when you stay in it,when it becomes a part of your everyday domestic trivialities, you fail to notice the little squares of the mosaic,when they change colours.
but home remains home,no matter how much it changes...the same way mothers remain mothers,no matter how intolerable their idiosyncrasies become.

p.s:took this picture during my winter break with N's new camera.very cool camera it be.

6 comments:

Neel said...

reading your blog after a long time. missed out on quite a few posts.you write very well...that's the best part..spontaneous and crisp. you can capture moments very uniquely..unlike most others.

~Moo-lah Buz!nezzz~ said...

for me,the city never changes inspite of it changing so much.

Debatri said...

yay..u back after a long long time!
it felt good reading the post :) do carry on..

sujaan said...

ya it keeps changing, always for the better though...

Rahul Saha said...

I call it the bombay train syndrome...ur just pushed along without any will of your own.

Ibanov, Sir Rekaf said...

Yeah, that part about observing changes is so true.