Thursday, June 9, 2011

Girls like me.

I just got bored trying to find a picture of a okay-looking girl with short hair. Adjust. -_-


-         Random is the word. That explains THE us and the post. Sorry. :) -

We still think that smoking and drinking is totally uncool.  We don’t see why we should be stuck with a guy irrespective of the amount of physical or emotional investment made in him if he doesn’t treat us right. A real man still opens the door of the car, holds the hand while walking – along the beach, while shopping, just standing, anywhere.

Virtual world is real. Sometimes more real than the real real. Socializing is cool. Cool until you start poking your nose into the lives of all my friends. And at times, it would do a great deal to fiercely bang your head with an iron rod to remind that the equation to ‘Us’ was you and me; not you and her. <supresses urge to say something further here>

We try something contemporary. Trendy dresses. Shades(?) Stuff. We  can be quite clumsy and mess it up more often than not. Dresses in light shades never manage to return to the washing machine in the same shade. Changes range from light brown to deep black. Never really eat an ice-gola without spilling enough of the colourful liquid all over us. Never find the right way to open a burger with the right side on top. Never figure out how to use the teeth to open a ketchup packet.

We could be suckers for something very silly. A drink. A chocolate. A colour. Varies. A song could make us cry and a rainbow, 6-coloured ones with the indigo missing (knowing winks at the special person) especially, wipe ‘em all away. Somewhere deep inside, we have a secret side that wishes to explicitly express itself to people we encounter – say what exactly we think of them. And there’s the other side that tirelessly fans out the tension and the electricity – if you get it.

Makeup never really finds the right reach in us. We killed it to a painful death long back when we were in our primary school. We always have something in us that not many people get to know. We sing, dance, mimic, draw, paint. We open up rarely and when we do, it comes out in a gush. If you’ve heard it, you’re staying alright. But pushing yourself away on your own doesn’t count in the calculation.

Your ‘inconsequential’ things can upset us a lot. Pay attention. Or get lost. The independent streak runs thick. The money factor can curl us up. Spending money NOT equal to impressing. Awkward. Just sitting next to each other in silence and still feeling perfectly comfortable is bliss.

Books mean a lot. The smell from old books. *wide smile* Photographs for memories. Scribbling random stuff next to them. Scrap books. Signatures. Having fun, dancing, jumping and screaming without giving a damn if anyone is noticing. Travelling. Absolutely enjoying the music and nodding the head along to match the beats while on a ride – bus, bike, car, anywhere. Genuinely believing that somehow, something will be better tomorrow.

Probably, there have been a lot of men. Probably there will be a lot more. But right now, if you’re in it, then we think that that is all that counts. Honest. Even a handshake might take a long time to come, but you know that we have our heads attached firmly to the senses.

Trying to ground us with accusations, past, pointing to mistakes and the likes never work. NEVER. We might flinch once. Next time, you’d come home to see the empty broken cage. Words can come flaring in. But there won’t be double-faced gimmicks.

We’d keep giving. Moments. Surprises. Love. Memories. They’re unending as long as you know how to – wait, no; not return it – receive it.

But once in a while, we could say a thing or two that’ll make your day and what we say would be specially intended for you and you only. And when that smile curves your lips, there can’t be a happier soul than the me standing in front of you and the ‘I love you’ that follows would have never had a genuine-er version. Isn’t that okay

P.s: I know that quite a few of you are thinking that I sound a lot like Linda Goodman. Honestly, right now, I think so too, although I really did not intend this to turn out to be like that. Fact is, I enjoyed doing what I did. And in the end, I figured nothing matters more.

If you have somehow reached here, congratulations! :D And good luck. I might decide to write a sequel to this. :P

Until again..

~ Just Someone.

[Photography Courtesy: THE Boss.]


mrNumbers said...

Bloody, you are too good. Linda Goodman seriously did occur to me!! I find it a little strange to think that there are girlS like 'you'. I mean, aren't you enough by yourself! The sequel is going to be interesting.

PS Write enough of this, and let it compete with Linda Goodman's book. But, just that you 'll need to write about different types of characters. I am sure you can do it.

minitha said...

Leave Linda Goodman. You've done a good job, and I related to stuff in this.


We’d keep giving. Moments. Surprises. Love. Memories.

Me too. :)


Umesh said...

Cud ve been btr

Aparna said...

I can relate to this:)
It's beautiful. I love it.
Linda Goodman didn't even come to mind until you mentioned it:))
Although you did, it's a little like her style of writing, but it's got a lot of you:)

silence redefined said...

naiceee.. i liked it baby :)

. said...

Loved it ! :) And you know why! ;) dun you?!

Waiting for the Sequel and More of 'us' !! :D ;)

Cutie pie said...

+1 to minitha's comment!

And, as usual awesome awesome post!
rocking ttly! :) :)

kaushika said...

i read it and i love it. "Your ‘inconsequential’ things can upset us a lot. Pay attention. Or get lost" how nicely put!!! <3 keep writing!!!

apoorva said...

read it madam!!!.i always have time to read blogs!!!....there isnt any need to tell u how much i loved it!!!...and also there is an amazing maturity level in your writing!!!..which really amazes me!!...the way u think...the smallest of gestures which u have mentioned in the blog...especially the ketchup one..its just all too beautiful!!!!

Santhosh Kumar said...

Your way of writing is awesome.We expect a lot of written work from you :)

Santhosh Kumar said...

Your words are amazing.We expect more works from you in future.