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An eccentric rambler on life's lessons and mercies, found and lost… :)

Forgotten?

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In daily consciousness
Is oblivion-
Memories to negate.
For, what lies in sight
And impinges upon the ear
Oft, are we blind and deaf to.


In forgotten realms
Abutting that consciousness-
Is that where you place me?
Hovering on the fringe
Of your knowing?


Of course, not consciously.
But in off hand negligence
Living the taken-for-granted
Cliché.


I desist, though. And will
Resist. 
Willing myself 
To hammer against that wall
(Clear as glass and just as hard)
Of accidental denial.


Waiting for the pane
To shatter.
So that I can
Yet again, redeem you.13 December, 2011

Audio here (added on 25th August, 2012 😛 )

[audio http://dl.dropbox.com/u/52714712/forgotten.mp3]
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Author: Usha Pisharody

A rambler, pretends to be a teacher, loves to dream, and go on Quixotic Quests in the Realm of Romance With Life...

6 thoughts on “Forgotten?

  1. How true is that!”I desist, though. And willResist. Willing myself To hammer against that wall(Clear as glass and just as hard)Of accidental denial.”Good for you. 🙂 I usually wither and fade. 🙂

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  2. Oh and I forgot! The audio was awesome. I missed it the first time and then remembered the FB update. So came back. Usha, I feel I was sitting in your class!

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  3. Shail :D, you, wither and fade? I refuse to believe that 🙂 :)You're solid and inspirational, and beautiful (I read part of the In the Looking Glass… need to complete it 🙂 )!!And thank you for the kind words for the audio 😀 In my class, eh? Now I understand “awesome”.. :P! Thanks a ton! You redeem this ramble 🙂

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  4. Is this a plan for an attempt,to negate the familiarity caused contempt?If so you shouldn't voice them and temptthe adversary and make him ready for a preempt.Took the bait. Your diction gives me a complex.

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  5. Govind, am happy you took the bait. And happier still with the word you used. Diction. The first time I had to do the “announcement” for a function at school, here, when I had just joined, one of the distinguished members on the dais, a Mr. S. Ramakrishnan (of the Bhavan's), came to me at the end of the meeting and very graciously said that I had good diction. That thrill is revisited today. Thank you! Though, of course, it is tough being a fiendishly almost “correct” speaker of English, hereabouts, these days 😀 😀 Sometimes, I'm the one with a complex 🙂

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