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Monday, May 15, 2006

It rained yesterday.....

31 comments:

kris said...

Its pretty hot here in Chennai, I hope it rains.

Why nothing in your post ? Are you planning to write ?

Prasoon said...

dilli mein phir baarish hui.. you atleast should've linked that poem - isnt it?

gps said...

well its about time... :-)
hopefully now it cooled down..

candid diary said...

Pleeease post ur writing.
Let's not wait for the Godo.

Aparna Kar said...

@candid Diary
Godo will come...as soon as I get some time from office..

zoxcleb said...

who or what is Godo?

Shashi Rajasekaran said...

buddy u are chained

candid diary said...

@zoxcleb
'Waiting for Godot' is a play by Samuel Barclay Beckett, an Irish playwright, novelist and poet. In the play three characters wait for Godot on a railway platform but Godot (actually God) never turns up. In the play nothing happens yet it keeps audiences absorbed. Beckett was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1969.

Anonymous said...

Did you get drenched ?

- Samik

Aparna Kar said...

@anonymous

Hey Samik!! Glad to see u back....
U can use the "others" option and user id as "Samik" instaed of using the anonymous option...

Btw..I didn't get drenched...

but I went for a drive and an ice cream instead..n it was wonderful...

amyth said...

bristii kotodin tomake dekhini..tomate hariye jaaini..please com soon..im cracking surface of red soil

zoxcleb said...

@candid diary

thanks for the info. will try to get my hands on this play to read.

Samik said...

Drive and icecream sounds good :)

Aparna Kar said...

@samik
Oh!! One of the best things to do when it rains..u cud sugest some other options too :)

Aparna Kar said...

@kris

I thought.. I wud write something...But it appears to have become a unique post by itself where I have said only 3 words

sometimes..it's better to leave some things unsaid

Aparna Kar said...

@ prasoon
Hmmm...

Aparna Kar said...

@gps

The weather is pleasanter now...thankfully :)

seems someone's wish has finally come true..

Aparna Kar said...

@amyth

One of my most fav personifications of rain....

anandable said...

it was raining here in lucknow also weather is nice...although i am missing delhi and noida....

Aparna Kar said...

@anandable
Welcome to my space Sirji..hope to see more of ur comments soon...

pdey said...

and now flooding in your blogspace.. :)

Aparna Kar said...

@pdey
LOL!!!

Jagan said...

for a post which said it rained yesterday ..amaxing to see 22 comments

Aparna Kar said...

@jagan

and u just made it 23...LOL

anyways..maybe the readers cud read the unspoken words..try it sometimes..it's fun...

Teens to Toons said...

Does that matter in Chennai

Vinay said...

Its been more then one week and no new posts from you. Has it been raining all the time ? :-)

Aparna Kar said...

@vinay

Two weeks in fact..
Haven't been able to manage time lately..and the inclination got suppressed owing to lack of time:(

Crizzie Criz! said...

My next blog entry was supposed to be about rain... staying in a middle east country and sister calling up to say its raining cats and dogs back home...
brought back a lotta old memories, just that it needs a lil more time to formulate and flow freely..from mind onto two fingers onto the keyboard and into the machine...
nice blog, and lotsa visitors too. Add me as another one, just bookmarked your page!

candid diary said...

Tumi Ele,
Anek Diner Pare Jeno Bristi Elo.
Anek Katha Elomelo
Mane Holo…

But it did not rain actually. Otherwise we would have seen some raindrops in the post. Is it your job that is keeping u away from ur blog?
Is ur employer making u work 14 hrs a day?
Should we move the labour court?

Aparna Kar said...

@candid diary

LOL..that won't be necessary...

I love my job..12hr- doesn't matter

Btw, I had something in my mind when I wanted to script this post..now I can't remember what..

Can u help? :)

candid diary said...

How about 'A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall' by Bob Dylan?

I saw a new born baby with wild wolves all around it,
I saw a highway of diamonds with nobody on it,
I saw a black branch with blood that kept drippin',
I saw a roomful of men with their hammers a-bleedin',
I saw a white ladder all covered with water,
I saw ten thousand talkers whose tongues were all broken,
I saw guns and sharp swords in the hands of young children,
And it's a hard, and it's a hard, it's a hard, it is a hard,
And it's a hard rain's a gonna fall.

Or some songs on rain by Tagore (he has a large number of these songs), like,
Aaji Jharo Jharo Mukharo Badaro Diney,
Jaani Ne, Jaani Ne, Kichute Keno Je Mano Lage Naa …

Or 'Lamp of Love' from Tagore’s Gitanjali

Light, oh where is the light?
Kindle it with the burning fire of desire!
There is the lamp but never a flicker of a flame---is such thy fate, my heart?
Ah, death were better by far for thee!
Misery knocks at thy door,
and her message is that thy lord is wakeful,
and he calls thee to the love-tryst through the darkness of night.
The sky is overcast with clouds and the rain is ceaseless.
I know not what this is that stirs in me---I know not its meaning.
A moment's flash of lightning drags down a deeper gloom on my sight,
and my heart gropes for the path to where the music of the night calls me.
Light, oh where is the light!
Kindle it with the burning fire of desire!
It thunders and the wind rushes screaming through the void.
The night is black as a black stone.
Let not the hours pass by in the dark.
Kindle the lamp of love with thy life.