Saturday, March 21, 2009

i have always associated a particular smell with hospitals-a weird combination of antiseptics,phenyles,medicines and room fresheners...makes me want to throw up each time.
hospitals are places of both death and birth,but it's always the former that i have associated with these places.
they even smell of death.even the swankiest ones.
green cloth,stretchers,dark rooms,white uniforms...and that smell.
nothing has helped me get that smell out of my system.
i hope a blog post helps this time.

10 comments:

Neel said...

spontaneous. well i've also kinda associated hospitals mostly with sickness. But I sincerely hope this blog helps you to get rid of that smell.

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

hey how coool...and i thought i was the only one to associate it with death and all that.But it dsnt make me sick though. :)

Magically Bored said...

I don't like the smell of hospitals AT ALL. Most emphatically NOT! Makes me sick.

Revived Angel... said...

truly 2day most of the hospitals n dispensaries around render a sickly feelin wid dat characteristic smell exuding frm evry corner. i wonder hw d patients manage to tolerate it thru d days n nites..

when silence speaks said...

Hai This is Swapna
Got to your blog through Verve Earth.

Btw You write well. I have read couple of articles and loved them all.

inihos said...

There are few smells I hate as much as the hospital smell...
I abhor going to hospitals for this very reason...I walk in to that stench...

Astraeus said...

yes beady, i associate the sirens on an ambulance with death and all those feelings u have mentioned

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reema said...

i like hw u describe the stench with so much effect.

Ibanov, Sir Rekaf said...

No, that smell doesn't go.