Feeling love

29 April, 2009

For some reason this song is playing continuously in my head. 

My tea's gone cold, I'm wondering why 
I got out of bed at all 
The morning rain clouds up my window 
and I can't see at all 
And even if I could it'd all be grey, 
but your picture on my wall 
It reminds me that it's not so bad, 
it's not so bad 

I drank too much last night, got bills to pay, 
my head just feels in pain 
I missed the bus and there'll be hell today, 
I'm late for work again 
And even if I'm there, they'll all imply 
that I might not last the day 
And then you call me and it's not so bad, 
it's not so bad and 

I want to thank you 
for giving me the best day of my life 
Oh just to be with you 
is having the best day of my life 

Push the door, I'm home at last 
and I'm soaking through and through 
Then you hand me a towel 
and all I see is you 
And even if my house falls down, 
I wouldn't have a clue 
Because you're near me and 

I want to thank you 
for giving me the best day of my life 
Oh just to be with you 
is having the best day of my life 

It is a good thing, this feeling of love. Being in love, thinking that you are in love and the satisfaction you get knowing that you are loved. 

I am reminded of a few days – which I consider a few of the best days of my life – and the best part is that I know that there is so much more that lies ahead. 



24 April, 2009

Since the day one of my friends made me face the truth -- about plagiarism online -- I have stopped posting my poems on my blog.  This basically has led to me becoming very lazy to take a pen and paper to compose a poem. Others are scraps -- whatever I have written are on bits of papers, or hidden in folders on my personal comp or office desktop -- which basically would take nearly a life time to collate! 

So bottom line is I havent written jackshit and I don like it!!!

poetry... starts with rhymes :)

Things that I dream about in office part 2

16 April, 2009

I love being a journalist. Although I am yet to break news and shout out from the top floor of the building opposite to the Leela Palace a piece of information that is bound to move markets, I am sure to get there one day! Until that time, I am going to enjoy covering the U.S. financial markets out of Bangalore, India. Let me be a bit clearer, we are a News Wire Agency. So we have what is called the Wire!

In that Wire, today I pressed a link from a press release by mistake and it opened up to that particular company's website. HIT ONE!

The movie: The Butterfly Effect
What: Rippley's believe it or not... Ripple Effect In that few moments of instant clicks, I have already written my sequel for the above mentioned movie. Our heroine is an ambitious, young public relations agent who's job is being threatened, as part of the cost cutting initiatives started by the company during the recession. If she does not help to instigate more people to click on their online website that sells the most amazing product on the earth, she will be sacked!

The small tap from my seat pushed the company's website up on google search, helping the company acheive its sales target for the year and finally the PR lady gets saved. ALL BECAUSE OF ME YOU KNOW!!!

I save the day! Rippley's believe it or not
Now, let me go and save my ass! People might start to wonder whether they pay me to dream!

To Dream a new dream!

Things that I dream about in office

15 April, 2009

    Certain times, in office, some incident happens that reminds me of movie scenarios. This is one of my "this could happen to me" moments that I conjure up, which is purely based on silly instance or occurring at my work place.
    For example, not a few minutes back the lights above my desk and a couple of others flickered. Anyone would have thought, not thought. Period. So those people who are a bit jobless, like I seem to be now, might have had some sort of idea. Say… "Oh! May be the building is having an electricity fluctuation problem." But not me. A whole movie with alien invasion flashed in front of my eyes.
    The movie: Independence day
    When: Just as the alien mother f**ker, I mean mother ship is nearing Earth.
    Where: In an office which has lots of similarities to the one I am in now. Pretty lights, a big ass television screen (which in my office, the company has compensated by keeping 2-3 sets around the newsroom)
    I immediately have got the complete picture sorted out in my head. The flicker of the lights have something to do with alien invasion. They want to take over the world and have realised from previous attempts that knowledge is power. So they have decided to infiltrate the sources of information. "Info Lockdown" And OBVIOUSLY I am the person who saves the day by "pulling the plug." For more of this story, you need to fund to make the movie.
    Well, there you go... Your Blockbuster, for me ... My Stress Buster :)


01 April, 2009

I really am out of words and this is not a good thing for a journalist. I am annoyed to use the same words to describe the same feelings. And mind you I am not even trying to find the “answer” to anything. I should probably at least let myself write a small book review. Reminds me I want to watch Confessions of a Shopaholic :-)

Until next time

Mood: Bored!
Raise your Shoulders and Fall back on your Knees, Piss through a Dime For the Whole World Sees