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May 2, 2007

Posted by K in Uncategorized.


Loudness! Loudness!

Ever increasing NOISEness!

The empty drum blattering



I’m tired.




1. pr3rna - May 2, 2007

You said it!! A few hours back I was standing on the 11 floor balcony of a high rise building on the main road. The weather was perfect but the noise was deafening.I wanted to say sh!!!!

2. sporadicblogger - May 4, 2007

Yes, it does get noisy doesn’t it? It hits you more so in the city sometimes. When we come back from holidays in remote places(not that we have been to too many 🙂 ) the noise of the city really hits us.
Strange how this noise feels comforting at times and at times it just feels too much.

3. glandheim - May 5, 2007

It’s a very clever poem. I don’t think I’ve ever seen this technique used before. You keep surprising. I don’t remember reading a sad poem by you. Do you only write when you’re happy?

4. sporadicblogger - May 5, 2007

I think I write when I’m in two extreme moods-deliriously happy or sad/angry/disturbed. But translating what I feel into words changes the mood; theres a sort of moderation, an outlet. I’m sure my poems have a sad feel many a times…I actually hadn’t thought about it. I’ll go have a look-see 🙂

5. Nishant Jain - May 5, 2007

tsk tsk. wodehouse is for every type of mood. i had no clue you hadnt read any! time to start girl. i recommend for starteds – everything of jeeves you can lay hands on, the blandings stories, the golf omnibus.

oh wait, thats nearly everything. hmm…get started.

6. sporadicblogger - May 5, 2007

We commented on the wrong post we see 😛

I have read some wodehouses. Thats when I started liking him after hating him earlier. But he’s a bit too dry to read all the time. I’d rather read lots and lots of childrens fic,haha. Crompton!Blyton! Dahl! Leaving for the bookshop in a bit *rubs hands in glee*

7. pallavi - May 6, 2007

i totally agree with your first comment on this one …i especially love this piece because there is a lot of noise in my head just now

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