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The Forgotten Haze


Songs of desire, melodies of pain and some never-ending trauma of separation troubles them. They were never meant to stay together; they were destined to move away from each other. The broken silence between them exude disharmony, the ending looks abrupt…They say goodbye to each other, they fly away without a sigh! But their tale continues to blossom within mud and water…

Different land, different people and a different kind of pain continues to pester them. They became restless without each other’s company. Their nights became murky - full of owls, beetles and dust. Their days became mundane, mechanical and soul less. They began to crave for raindrops amid dryness and melancholy. They had different partners, they had dissimilar life.


Writing was their passion. They began to scribble; they began to create clouds of friendly mist around them through their words. They tried to dance; they tried to make love with their poetry.  Words began to fly from one land to another. Their emotions began to travel from one corner of the world to another and finally they collide in harmony. Two books written by two different authors without endings made them reunite, re-visualise and re-identify those forgotten haze of desire….


15 comments:

  1. Too good to intrepret! Too open ended to conclude at one! Amazing imaginations making them visual when read!

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  2. Nice.....I liked the story!!

    Shahid

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  3. Wow... I could relate to some parts of it... really liked the way you've described the emotions, feelings and the path the story takes..

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  4. Thanks Shahid and Venice :)

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  5. That was very good. :) Though I could understand every word, I didn't manage to understand the characters or whatever the words were suppose to portray. :(

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  6. @Nethra...It's a story about two passionate writers/partners who got separated due to their obsession towards writing and finally re-united due to their love for writing :)

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  7. Words acting as a bridge here and vice versa :)

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  8. Brilliant as always! Have U ever considered publishing these? If not, you must!

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  9. Thanks Rakesh for appreciating my write ups as always. Hope some publishing house recognizes these thoughts as sale-able pieces :)

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  10. loved the poetic feel of it.. nice write

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  11. Beautiful ... very poetic n yes u can make a collection n publish them ... it is that good !!

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  12. Thanks Ankur and Sharmila :)

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  13. I cant explain how much I can relate to this post when it comes to its gist...I truly loved it... thanku so much... for taking me down memory lane...

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  14. An excellent piece of writing . . written on my birthday . . :)

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