Wednesday, December 31, 2014

And then it was a New Year: 2015.

It is weird that we now have started to celebrate New Year's Eve. We land up doing it bigger and bigger. 

When we were kids in Kharbandi Colony, Apa and his Nature Club used to organize a bonfire and everybody would be invited. There would be students, staffs and their families. We would play games, sing, dance and we kids, we were always worried about dinner. During those days, people would just drink whatever that was available and what they could afford, most often they would go for Black Mountain. Rockbee was meant for people who could afford then. Come on, we are the transitional generation, as we saw our nation converging from banning Television to having one in every households. During those days, those who owned TV and VCR would play movies and people who didn't own would stand outside their homes and watch the movie. For living rooms were always packed.

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Autumn Days for Her.

A fictional Story. 

"I now hear that you have a boyfriend?" I asked Tshering, my good friend from high school. 
She timidly, blushing nodded vertically. That was a Yes! 
Everybody had known that she had one now. How much he loved her was a big lie. Everybody knew that as well. Nobody would tell her. Perhaps, like Sherlock Holmes quotes the Persian saying: There is danger for him who taketh the tiger cub, and danger also for whoso snatches a delusion from a woman. 

Saturday, December 13, 2014

Random thoughts

With a borrowed telescope, I gaze upon the moon. The size which is only visible equivalent to a paracetamol tablet before, turns out to be that of walnut's. I was just lost into the thoughts, how less I know about everything and anything? Perhaps my friend Tashi was correct, at times all we need to do is empty our cups time and again. 

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