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Saturday, 7 August 2010

weightlessness

that is like to be able to float like a feather... or lay calm in the pool as the boyancy throws u up and down in its own ebb and flow as the wind decides. what i am haunted these days is qt evident from the title.... the ever increasing wt gain... it might seem like a big deal to know i weight a complete 60 kilos... to anyone else other than me... i was just abt 42 kilos most of my adulthood... being the thinnest in the house was much a worry to my maternal grand mother... she used to sneak in ghee into everything that i ate. and i used to hate eating those days. i thought it was a such a mundane chore to eat and then sit down to throw it out everyday in the morning. hmmm. those days are over. now i love the aroma of ghee and probably that explains being a complete 60!

am an artist and i love the idea of freedom so much that i philosphise everything arnd the idea of a life that is free... weightless... and thus be able to float in a dream... that result in some poem... a painting... or something more profound than that. i love the idea of being able to fly... in thoughts. they say if u r there in the mind then u will get there in the body. so will i get back to my lean self... if i imagine myself flying weightless?... that is debatable... cos finally we are all weightless... hindu life make it easier to rise out of the ashes and stay weightless... but i am actually talking abt getting back to leaner days. i wish i do... sincerely i do wish that. i do not like diets. i do not like falling sick... in otherwords i wish to get back to my best form - as simple and complicated as that sounds... in health and related happiness ;)... the 'eternal kick' that u get while browsing thru ur nice pics... i really miss that these days... though it is until recently i knew how to pose for a good picture... just that my figure isnt as flattering as it was when i was shot in my non-posy self. lol! life is such a miss... we grow and we miss! everydamn thing that was good is cherished when we barely have it anymore.

i think it is perfect to feel that way when u have gained as much as i have... on the weighing scale... or otherwise in this stupid life... which keeps me on a foolish hope that it will turn bright someday...hah!

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