Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Wispy Thoughts


She was wondering how her feelings were as fragile as a wisp of air,morphing into an invigorating breeze at one moment and into an oppressive dark cloud the very next.

The only tangible remains being a twinkle in her eyes or a choking in her throat.

Sometimes, when the mist becomes too cloudy, she searches for hands to pull her through. But the mist as well as her mind becomes clear when she realises that the only person who can help her is herself.

8 comments:

Srini said...

So, that's how "drop of beer" optimists feel and think! The last line,though often used, is quite apt in context.Wonder what could be the root of this post.

Srini said...

...opti 'mists' that is (i know, PJ) :)

Neelam Prabhu Gaonker said...

hmm...well lemme guess...does the day have anything to do with this post ??? ;) :p

but yeah....i guess feelings are always this shade of grey...arent they ?

Hemamalini said...

@srini..I got it from your misty change-in-font-darkness itself:))
Don't wonder too much..Roots are always buried underground:P(PJ duly returned)

@neelam..wrong guess lady:)..anyways, 'she' could very well have any name from 'Sheela' to 'Neelam':D

Sriram P said...

Nice post.. Lots of emotions hidden behind those words, I guess... but message effectively conveyed through good choice or should I say'positioning' of words :D) .. very bad PJ..

Hemamalini said...

@neelam again..yes..neither black or white -but somewhere inbetween ..

@sriram..thanks..if im not mistaken isnt sPJ your actual initials?:))

Neelam Prabhu Gaonker said...

Another good guess down the drain....yanyways...u might as well name 'her' Neelam !!! I can identify with 'her' :))

Hemamalini said...

@neelam..:D Im sure you do..thought you will..and hey..am planning to try rushdie again..'the ground beneath her feet' is waiting for me at home:D