Friday, August 10, 2007

Philosophy

I wish I could just drive a jeep into the sea. I mean not ALONG the sea= the coast/beach. But INTO meaning inside the sea.
I wish I didn't have to teach you guys prepositions through this blog. You really ought to improve your grammar, you know, beeches, saying sir-sir and pretending you are in army camp can only get you so far.
Anyway, I want to drive into the sea and then melt into the waves.
Nooone will miss me except family and friends and fans and ex-fans and clients and Orkut buddies and Airtel maybe and ex-friends... Fuck thats quite a list.

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

hmm.... do u imagine yourself (inside the jeep, ofcourse) trundling along the beach, leaving pretty patterns imprinted in the sand, just before u chug into deeper waters?

OR its a mediterranean cliff road inclining steeply, and u drive fast along it, and then not along it, and go plunging ahead into deep blue oblivion?

Just curious.

3:13 AM  
Blogger The Happy Lawyer said...

You write well. I particularly enjoyed the verb "trundling"-it has a warm countryside feel to it and that provides a contrast to what happens after- a quick, watery death.
I don't know about mediterranean cliffs coz I have only been to Germany once [i still say yaaah for yeah cdn't wear off that accent ever]
In the dream I am drinking ThumbsUp coz the whole jeep thing goes well with the sea. Beach is normal Indian type not rocky like South Indian movies or full of men in swimsuits like Baywatch.
Cold empty sea, a thousand waves licking the sky like tongues of a familiar beast.

6:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

'Normal Indian type' as opposed to 'rocky South Indian'..
Normal is Bollywood, I suppose?

7:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i write well? that's high praise indeed. i wish i could write like you..the way you slum it!

10:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

and.."the cold empty sea..." sublime again, happy lawyer.

10:44 PM  
Blogger Happy Associate said...

thanks but in a self-critical mode, juxtaposing 2 analogies is bad writing.
should have stopped at cold empty sea. coz the beast analogy dilutes the imagery of the sea as metallic nothingness.
can save the beast bit for later for example -how can someone find peace in the egoistic sea, its moods raging with the moon, the waves licking the sky like tongues of a familiar beast.

1:37 AM  
Blogger Happy Associate said...

thanks but in a self-critical mode, juxtaposing 2 analogies is bad writing.
should have stopped at cold empty sea. coz the beast analogy dilutes the imagery of the sea as metallic nothingness.
can save the beast bit for later for example -how can someone find peace in the egoistic sea, its moods raging with the moon, the waves licking the sky like tongues of a familiar beast.

1:37 AM  
Blogger Happy Associate said...

thanks but in a self-critical mode, juxtaposing 2 analogies is bad writing.
should have stopped at cold empty sea. coz the beast analogy dilutes the imagery of the sea as metallic nothingness.
can save the beast bit for later for example -how can someone find peace in the egoistic sea, its moods raging with the moon, the waves licking the sky like tongues of a familiar beast.

1:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"no no too much ho gaya"(in dilli-speak). You sound like a contender for the bulwer-lytton with it. Which means that it IS fabulous then. Prose on, HL.

12:46 AM  

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