“Guest post: Oysters in Sea”
These words which I write in endless flow
These words which shine in their eternal glow
These words which carry emotions pristine
O please be my witness in these moments divine
O carriers of love and emotions and tears
Inscribed within you are haunting fears
O messengers of joy, destroyers of pain
The poet’s heart, dancing in rain
May all the words of ecstasy and hope
And blessings and love and joys elope
May a star so bright, glow in your heart
That the darkness of sorrows be torn apart.
*Hides the gift, wrapped in the glittering wrapper*
Never in my wildest of dreams had I imagined that life in the blogosphere would lead to this day. A day when I would be celebrating the most innovative wedding on the planet. And that too the wedding of my sister. Words after all are not mere words…
Dear Lala, you are truly one of the most simple, amazing, lovely, stupid, notorious and childishly arrogant persons I have ever met. And as Maria and Mani have pointed out, one of the best horror writers. Yaar seriously… Tu horror films ki script writer ban ja.😛
*picks up a laddoo from a plate nearby*
Haan so… Kahaan tha main? Oh ya… So miss… oh sorry missus Lala, the stupid and notorious, please continue to be what you are. I like it that way😉
And by the way, here I do present to you, the bride of the evening; the most economical gift ever possible – costing me no money! But I hope you would like this very very special gift – Oysters in Sea.
Opened it? Good. (Download bhi kar le) Not too well polished, but that’s all I could do in 2 days. I hope to meet you in the comments.
OK… Enough of the blabbering. Frankly I had no idea of what I would ‘speak’. But to conclude, Lala! Not many have the opportunity to have their weddings celebrated on a blog. The people who do get the opportunity, are surely not worth a grain of sand. They are worth a pearl in the sea – or even more. So never ever underestimate your worth. Wishing you the best of married life ahead.
With millions of dreams in eyes O Bird!
With songs in heart, still unheard
Fly off to the distant lands
Across the oceans and desert sands
May a peaceful, divine land await
May you fly across the heaven’s gate!
This post is dedicated to Lalarukh, written by Arindam Saha.