Sunday, 12 January 2014

100 days of happiness- sounds.

Day 3.
Behind locked doors and dismantled rocks, there exists a place where yours is not the only voice that echoes.
I'd have never thought of a sunday spent this way..even though its something I've been looking forward to since over 2 months now. A new life, a fresh brewed mix of highs and lows with just a pinch of eccentric balances is what I found beyond those honeycomb carved walls and aligned footsteps.
PACH, as we say poetry and cheap humor gave a direction to me in a dimension that ceased to exist. Overwhelming, the happiness ringing and tears welling. Overwhelming, the dwelled heart-beats and chiseled wind-chimes.
"if you're happy and you know it clap your hands.." was the tip of my day paired complete with the poetry in Braille.
Happiness comes knocking on your head here, and what's even better, PACH will come knocking faster if you're feeling otherwise.
~World's a big small place when you step out.
sights through creaks in doors.


  1. Thank you so much for writing this! Make me smile so big!

    1. as i drove back home that evening, it was the first time in a long time that i came without a word or thought in my head soaking in everything from the recitals to the hug. can't imagine i waited so long to reach out.
      also, can't ever thankyu enough for holding on throughout and being that pillar of support i really needed. words are just not enough.
      thankyu saumya di.

  2. Aur tum aate rehna abb :)
    I remember when post delhi poetry festival Anurag asked me to come along to Kunzum I thought I will be out of place between two friends but I am glad I came along. It was such an awesome time I had. You are one of the sweetest girl I have met and glad. And what a talented poet . We couldn't talk much in PACH but still your warmth resonates. I am glad you had a great time. :))

    1. Nabila di! Thankyu for the mini PACH at kunzum. i owe it to you a lot for giving me that cushion for my trust fall. don't know ow time flew by the other day in coffee table chatter.
      and yes, many more to come! seeing you really soon.

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    1. very happy indeed. i hope i did justice to 'inception' much, though a recital of it is overdue.