Tuesday, November 22, 2011

The Scenes of My Life


Scene one:

There is a house beside the tranquil pond with swans splashing in it.  And I am sitting outside the house in a chair with legs splayed on the table across it, in an  evening intoxicated with the ruddiness of the setting Sun .The cool breeze carrying the fragrance of flowers  is touching my every pore and rejuvenating them. I want to soak up this ambience. No work, no worry, no hurry. Only flowers, fragrance and feathers.

Scene two:

It is the surface of the moon and I am wading through the garden of stars with different colors. Here I meet Chanda Mama and he tells me how he was waiting for me to take me through the orchard of chocolates and rivers of milk. He shows me the fairy with whom my mom had promised to marry me off. She is stunningly sultry. Chanda Mama leaves me be alone with her for few hours.  When I go close to her, the meaning of beauty gets a new definition. She embodies the word beauty in every inch of her body. Her juicy lips, curvaceous hips, fragrant hair and skin fare cast a spell on me. I am captive of her existence. I want to clutch her in my arms and become a part of her for the eternity.

Scene Three:

It is a night of Madhuvan, and an adolescent boy with a peacock feather sticking out at his turban is playing a flute. He is lord Krishna with his flute, creating magic and making all gopis (including Radha) and cows go mad for him. I have only heard about this musician’s ability to conjure up a spell that helps one  forget that is trivial(the temporal yearnings) and achieve that is magnanimous (spiritual acme), now I am watching him in person. The sound of his flute is so mellifluous that even sweetness of honey will feel ashamed. For the very first time in my life I am having a taste while listening to a sound. The dark and handsome lad is a sorcerer. When I lift my eyes up to the sky I see something that is unbelievable. The stars and the moon are dancing to the tune of the flute. And all planets are swaying in a rhythm to the sleight of the sound from a person who will recite one day verses to argue the meaning of life and death in this universe.

By now I must be sounding mad to you, but this is what I would like to be in the extra two hours that I get in a day. I would like to be mad and foolish and relinquishing all rational and reason to enjoy a part of life that I might never get to savor if I think practically. I would like to live all these scenes on daily basis with some variations of course to experience happiness that I might never taste amid the demand of the life to be rational and practical.

The way stains are good for cloths a bit of madness is good for mind!

P.S: This write-up is the part of a contest being held by Surf Excelmatic at Indiblogger.

25 comments:

  1. WoW ~ every single scene is penned with magnificent BEAUTY!! Good luck on the contest, Neeraj ~ you definitely have won me over :)

    "I would like to be mad and foolish and relinquishing all rational and reason to enjoy a part of life that I might never get to savor if I think practically"

    **applauding**!! :)

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  2. @Fiona: Thanxxx a lot for your wonderful words.

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  4. Nicely written. Best of luck 4 the contest.

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  5. Narration was nice.
    Best of luck for your post.

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  6. @ Harish: Thanks for commenting Harish.

    @ Prateek: Thanks for commenting Prateek.

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  7. A liitle 'foolishness' is always accepted in life, why not???ha, ha. ha
    entertaining post friend..........

    From: www.sriramnivas.com

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  8. Absolutely beautiful post, realy really loved it :D
    From a fellow competitor, you have an all the best :)


    Could you read my entry into the contest, and vote for it if you like it? :)

    http://www.indiblogger.in/indipost.php?post=90039

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  9. Totally agree little madness helps in a big way...
    Excellent play of words n use of imagination.
    All the best.

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  10. Aww! This is so brilliant neeraj....:) and very exquisite too :)

    good luck for the contest :)

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  11. Beautiful! Ahh.. I love the way you weave words. '
    All the best with the contest.

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  12. quite a imagination you got there neeraj :) nice fairytale i enjoyed reading it.

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  13. This is nice! And very very different! I enjoyed it!!!

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  14. @ Sriramnivas: Thanx for comments Sri.
    @ Achyut: Thanx for ur comments and did vote for u.
    @ Pooja: Thax for visit and comments Pooja.
    @ The Blunt Blogger:Thanx a lot for your wonderful words Chintan.
    @ Sahana:Thanx for ur beautiful comment.
    @ Joel: Thanx for the comment and visit Joel.
    @ NNNiiiXXX: Thanx for your lovely comments.

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  15. superb Neeraj!very imaginative!
    all the best for the contest

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  16. A nice and picturesque way to explain your two hours!! Way to go buddy. All the best :)

    Binu Thomas.
    Bloggers Park

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  17. @ Sujatha: Thanx for ur comments Sujatha.

    @ Binu: Thanx for dropping by and commenting.

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  18. nice writeup. all the best for the contest

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  19. Nice write up, I enjoyed :)
    thnx 4 stopping by n giving me the opportunity to land here.

    hope to c u more !!

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  20. this was one helluva way to decribe two hours, different and very creative :)....

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  21. @ Amar:Thanx for ur visit and comments

    @ Jyoti: Thanx to you too that you visited my blog and commented.

    @ Menachery: Thanx for visiting and commenting.

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  22. What a brilliant post! I could visualize each and every word written... Beautifully penned! Loved every bit of it... All the best! :)

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    @Ravi:thanx for commenting.

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