Sunday, April 26, 2009

Scribble

Some decided to take a walk
and some hailed a bus.
Some blushed some blush on them
and some settled down for tea.
While some did that and some did this,
no one seemed to see-
You sitting down to see the setting sun on my wounded knee.

p.s:written during a theatre lecture...very very random.

26 comments:

sujaan said...

gives a very warm feeling, i like such short pieces :)
keep scribbling!

Phoenix said...

rondomly beautiful :)

Aruni RC said...

somehow i get this strange mental image of a quaint porch and now-empty rocking chair half-burnished by the sun's last light.
heh. hallucinating.
short and sweet.

What's In A Name ? said...

The last two lines did it.
I could see a very restless kid on his mother's lap.

reema said...

i liked the Knee-sea rhyming.:)

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

naaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaice :)

Astraeus said...

nice..
tension and playfulness in the same metre

:)

Ashi said...

Randomly cute, very cutely random too

Neel said...
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Neel said...

This is one of your best pieces!

The Mad Girl said...

Hehheh. Cute.

Dream Baron said...

i loved this post..made me reflect for a while.

Sphinx said...

its like a mad-hatter's tea party and someone was not invited.

ki said...

Very cute. Brought a smile to my face. :)

ColorSpot said...

the completion is magnificient...
if lovers of poets be so caring.

Rahul Saha said...

Here's to more theatre lectures then.

inihos said...

Very pretty...
I used to do things like that in my creative writing class...

Vagabond said...

attend more theatre lectures. this is just beautiful. :)

Noisy Autist said...

this is just so beautiful. short simple pieces.

shut up n write! said...

just came across your blog
nice one!!!
keep postin.........

Pongy Papaya said...

tui aro beshi kore theatre lecture e omonojogi hosh r random mood e thakish..please! good for the rest of us!:)
very bootiful!

Aruni RC said...

burning CDs for one's lady love?... yes unfortunately they still do. I'd wish we were the last of a noble breed to have done that (selfish me). But alas that is not to be.

though no one has matched the age gap. she was 29. him? 18.

Nikki said...

This is not random but a stroke of brilliance. Such things happen to us just once in a while. Loved it!

when silence speaks said...

nice..Such wrttings bring me back to your blog regularly :) Love it

Casuarina said...

Reminds me of Eliot's Prufrock. If you know me, you'll consider that a helluva compliment. Loved the 'seting sun on my wounded knee' imagery,I think it'll haunt me for a long long time to come.

Wow girl, it suddenly occurred to me (but I'm really obtuse of course) : you're a real poet !

Ibanov, Sir Rekaf said...

Yes, I'd require a copy of your interpretation. :P