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Sunday, April 29, 2012

Celeb teachings!

 When I was first told that you can learn from all and sundry, I was quite sceptical, specially the sundry part; but now after joining the banking industry I have learnt that sundry is a very important account, specially when it comes to banking and more importantly the life.

So I took upon a list of things that one can learn from people:

1. SRK: One can learn, how not to talk about subjects which you are not really well versed with; don’t believe me, look at him, he is in far lesser controversies than before.

2. Nirmal Baba: People will listen to any crap advice, and will follow them, if you charge them 10% of their salary. Disappointed smile

3. Paris Hilton: If you have the looks, no matter what you do, you will be missed, so do spend some extra time in gym & some money on the looks, + look good on whatever you are doing, you might be facing camera, who knows!

4. Abishekh Manu Singhvi: Pay & treat your driver(key men) well, they wont have any reason to put your dirty laundry to dry in public.

5. Barak Obama: Get what you could till you can, you may not get a second term. That Nobel prize is quite a thing you know.

6. Shahid Kapoor: Break up can be a blessing in disguise. Don’t hide in your room, meet new people. Winking smile

7. Saif Ali Khan: Hook up may not always be a blessing.

8. Bejan Daruwala: Well, I was told 7 is lucky for me, so I am stopping here. Hope you gain something too! Smile with tongue out

9. Shashi Tharoor: Don't comment on something, using phrases which do not match up with local sensibilities, you might have to give up your elite position and join the cattle club. 

10. N D Tiwari: You are as young as you make your body feel. 

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Just wind; river and moon!

In a small town;
in the country side;
after dark;
after sleep has taken its toll;
In the silence of the night;
by the dark window;
sits a young widow;
with a twinkle in her eye;
calling out to the stars;
with her soothing smile;
looking up to the sky;
as her hair;
take to the air;
a serene beauty;
she does not object;
she does not
run a finger through them;
she closes her eyes;
lets the gentle wind;
feels the breeze;
livening up her smile.
I seat in shadow;
of a tree;
fixed in my gaze;
she served me all morning;
and never did I
see the person;
behind those rough hands;
rough by her karma;
the mundane house work;
fourteen hours behind curtains;
the unbreakable prison;
the invisible chains;
the prison of clothes;
the chains of traditions;
slave by day;
night is hers;
freedom she seeks;
freedom to feel;
just nature;
no lust;
no love;
just wind, river and moon!
that’s all;
what made her smile;
her smile!
Dancing in moon light;
singing all alone
to herself;
till the crack of dawn;
she smiled away;
and then
the prison;
the chains;
recaptured her;
resting her spirit;
she went on working;
working all the day;
not uttering a word;
that sweet voice;
was lost by day;
nor the hero;
neither the villain;
but a mere spectator;
each night;
each day;
and the days to come
and nights to come……..
Just wind; river and moon!