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Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Unspoken Golden Words...

When I saw you I went on a distressful plight,
Unknowingly you stole my heart at first sight

It seemed that you were the medicine for my painful heart,
I thought to make you my sweetheart,

It was difficult to reach you in this concrete jungle,
Long distances and external rumbles made me crumble,

I stole your photos illegally,
Because I wanted to give you space in my heart legally,

With some Jol and Jugaad I reached out to you,
Wanted to initiate the conversation with you, without losing my values,

When you ignored me, it seemed “YOU + ME = IMPOSSIBLE”,
However my heart said, “Be brave everything is POSSIBLE”,

Your beautiful smile made my day bright,
It was the reason I couldn’t sleep all night,

Your presence always made my heartbeat faster,
A life without you would be a disaster,

People laughed and criticized me without any humility,
But to get you on any condition was my priority,

Your ignorance was killing me,
But still a light of hope was kindling within me,

Life without you was dull and dry,
Constant thought of losing you, made me cry,

I know you were tempted to say ‘I HATE YOU’,
But now I have changed the game by saying ‘I LOVE YOU’,

I gave you so much pain and trouble,
But I will heal your scars, by loving you double,

You asked me, “When I need you, will you take your stand ever?”
Here is my Answer: YES I will and I will be Your’s Forever

"Very first time Unspoken Golden Words (poem) in video version"

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Friday, 1 March 2013

I didn’t do anything…..I just made her smile

Yesterday I was having my lunch at the mall, which is opposite to my office. I was starving so I thought to consume heavy Punjabi food. I placed an order and occupied a table. It was a food court on the top floor of the mall, most of tables were occupied by families and some of them were occupied by lovers and college students. Within ten minutes creamy mutter paneer, naan, jira rice & dal covered my table and I started munching food to subside my appetite.

Suddenly, my attention got deflected by someone’s shout. I gazed on my right and I saw well suited & booted young manager shouting at an aged lady who was cleaning the tables and clearing the used plates.

My rice spoon stopped and attention diverted to their steamy conversation. Lady seemed to be in her late fifties; her pale face was artistically covered with wrinkles and lines.
Young manager who was in his late thirties shouted at her

‘Why these tables are messy? Why you haven’t cleaned them?’

Lady said in her low voice, ‘Sir, I went down to throw garbage’.

He said, ‘I don’t want to hear any lame excuses, if customer would come where they would sit?

I was stunned at this, there were around 50 tables in the food court, and hardly few tables were occupied. Only these two tables were messy and manager is saying where customers would sit?

Lady gazed down on the floor.

‘If you don’t want to work then let me know, don’t just roam around and pass you time. I am giving you first warning’ he said as he pointed a finger towards her.
‘Sorry sir’ she said while sighting down.

I was amazed at his behavior; he walked away and winked at his colleague. He thought he used some smart managerial skill to control his staff.
Very next moment I stared at old lady, she looked disappointed as she turned around I saw tears in her eyes. She sobbed and quickly wiped her tears from her shoulders and got back to work.

I resumed my lunch while eating I gawked at her she was disheartened. I could easily make out from her body language. I was thinking that how easily manager wiped out her beautiful smile in just five minutes but how long it will take now to get her smile back?
I was under my thinking process when she moved toward my table and took away my plate. I looked at her but she didn’t look at me. She just walked on to next table.

I quickly grab a tissue paper lying next to me, I pull out my red pen and wrote “THANK YOU” with little a cute smile on it and put 20 Rupee note in tissue and fold it.

I walked toward her and said, “This is for you”. I gave her folded tissue containing 20 rupee note and I walked away from that place even without looking at her. I stepped toward the escalator to go down and very next moment I turned around as I placed my first step on escalator and she was looking at me with Big Smile on her face.

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Monday, 28 January 2013

Love in Limit?

LOVE marriage? - - No no no

Arrange Marriage - - Yes okayyy

Can we fall in LOVE? - - YES sure (BUT in LIMIT)



Uffff……Life is sooooo difficult

First parents say, we will find a girl/boy for you.


And they come up with some girl/boy who has good looks but 

We don’t like him/ her, however after lot of thoughts we say YES.

A smile spreads on our enthusiastic parents

Then we try to make up our mind and try to digest the fact

To avoid outings with him/her we make excuses but eventually parents force us to go out and get to know each other.

Sometimes you end up in an argument or verbal fights with him/her

Then our parents make us understand how we shouldn't behave like that with our future partner

We say Okay, as we make a sad face..

As time flies we get to know each other well and we end up falling in love with him/her, whom we hated before.

We start roaming around with him/her and start enjoying his/her company, His/her text brings a smile on your face, late night long telephonic conversation gets more romantic..

You start listening to love songs and start humming while cook or while having a shower

Parents can make out that their child is in “LOVE”

Your behaviour starts changing and your parents start making brand new rules for you
• Don’t get physically close to him/her (you still got one year for marriage) 
• Don’t wear exposing clothes (aadmioo ki naazar aachi nahi hoti hai)
• Don’t go for late night coffee or late night walks, you should be back home by 11pm.(late night roaming is not good before engagement)

You start wondering from where all this rules and restrictions jumped in?

As your parents stop you more, your "LOVE" gets more intense and deep

When you won’t listen to them, they will start giving you non-stop lecturing….

Then you will tempt to shout, "You people only told to us to go out and know each other and now you are putting restrictions?"

Then your arranged marriage drama will turn into romantic love marriage (Where guys and girls go out and do such things which are against their parents’ wish), which will be cherry on the cake for your but it will be a headache for your parents

Parents don’t know that this is 2013’s Love, not 1960’s Love. They won’t stop loving each other and their late night coffee & late night walk won’t stop either. No one can stop TRUE LOVERS.

Someone has truly said that “LOVE” is blind, it just happened without any terms and conditions.

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