Thursday, February 10, 2011

The Endless Wait : Antaheen

Night  was getting more darker than usual and She was sitting all alone near the memorial of her beloved son. Eight year ago her only son , a young Captain in Indian Army , was killed in Kashmir while fighting for the mother INDIA . Now coming to his grave had become her daily routine but today was special as the whole city was filled with the sounds of crackers and  sky was illuminated with the celebrations of Diwali . And more than that ,today she had many silent visitors who were accompanying her loneliness .These visitors were no one other than frightened dogs running away from the sounds and busyness of the city. After feeding those visitors with some bread and milk, She sat on that broken bench and got engrossed talking to her son .


Question is slightly different , may be completely out of context for some of you folks :

What do you infer from these lines (Other than i am a nut case ;-))
"How happy is the blameless vestal's lot!
The world forgetting, by the world forgot.
Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind!
Each pray'r accepted, and each wish resign'd;"

 Dont think in the context of Alexendra pope :-) :-)

Silence Prevails,
Aditya Deadpan 


  1. these lines are from that movie only kya ( eternal wali)...nice r back...on the horse back..from broke back...:)..

    this lady did one thing wrong.there is no need to feed these dogs..they are all stupid bastards and a burden for our country..they should all be knocked down:)

  2. Sheetal : Gandi baat nahi karte , paap lage ga aur phir tu janta hai : kali mata aaye gi, chappal maar kar jaye gi .

    Dekh bhai , i understand ki tujhe kutto se bahut problem hai but they are not burden on your country. Have you read that any dog has been interrogated by CBI for this scam of that scam or dogs have killed anyone . Arre yaar problem is with humans.

    How can you forget our purpose for coming in this earth . How can you forget that I am from planet oggo and i am here to eradicate human race from earth. Grow up buddy .

  3. Hmmm..another gre8 piece bearing your trademark of patriotic sacrifice...

    I can only imagine the irrevocable remorse which accompanies the loss of a dear one, specially when it is the only person to see you through your ending days...yet there is a gleam of hope (or it can be interpreted as craziness by some) that the dead are not lost....

    In an episode of The X-Files, there was a theory that the kindred spirits always find a way to exist together through the different lives...may the mother and son would be some some life.

    @Sheetal bhaiya...dogs are better than humans.