Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Two Nomads

Two of us, in the rain
Stood together
As if,
Bonded by tears
Bonded by smears
In this so-called institution
Of marriage
What was love once
Now feels like
Capital Punishment

There's no hate just
Life's no thrill just
Linear Motion
The Hurricane of love
Which took us
The dust of it
There's no hurricane, just

Stand we two
In face of each other
All of the stuff
Too blinded by love
To see, To feel
No contempt though
Just Bored.

Bored by reality
Fascinated once by
Love Illusions 
Nasty Delusions
Oue own Seclusion
Let's begin
Once more
Like we first met
And were struck
By Hurricane.

p.s. just for the record i aint married not even close to the posibility of it any time now... the poem was inspired by a married couple i saw at a multiplex sum time ago, they seemed so bored of each other, so much so that they didnt even feel like talking to one another. i dont know much about what to say, i just know that its a sad thing to happen to anybody.


freeky said...

hey i jus love d concept..after so long...even i dont believe in d institute of marriage..

shri ramesh sadasivam said...

Nice poem, Parv.I beleive in marriage.Marriage that happens because of love.

Parv Kaushik said...


thnx freeky... well i forgot why this "freeky" term u use fr urslf??? forgive my curiousity just that i think u have a nice name!!

and i nevr said m against institutn of marriage just that when i see bored couple i feel sad fr them!

Parv Kaushik said...


thnx ramesh... well even i do as much as anybody.. jst i guess if "love-link" goes missing in marriage its pretty suicidal for both..

vemuri said...

hi dude... wtssup with u dude...

its been long time.... what u said forgive my curiosity...


Parv Kaushik said...


thnx dude fr visitng... yup its been a long tym... jst tht its been too much happening around me in the "practical" world i live in...

giving me less and less tym fr my own "poetic conception of everything" .... maybe both the practical and philosophical are in conflict with each other.. may be they should synergise...

in short have been busy doin stuff u knw!!! lol!!!!

Anonymous said...

Missed you. Yes, there are seasons in marriage. I've been there for nearly 30 years and am now coming to cherish it more than ever. Didn't appreciate it as much when I was younger. (We all depend on our external "elements").

Femin Susan said...

Very cool your blog!
Good week

pushpeen said...

hi, long tym no blogging...wat happen

cum back soon...
do write gud stuff..
n thanx i 2 luv my name.......freeky toh aise hi

Femin Susan said...

Write new poems...

aria said...

wow .. you havent been through the grind and still you could capture it so vividly ..
however I'm not married either but have seen many such couples around..
interesting picture on the top too ..

Anonymous said...

Nice.Good perspective you have.First timer on your blog, am impressed! You are blogrolled!

Linda S. Socha said...

I love this poem and I appreciate the fact that you are not married! I see it can be people who are married falling in and out of love...and beginning again...just as we fall in and out of love with life. I wonder if falling out of life can be a kind of life burn out and I wonder can it be easier to look to the part for the fault of our own thinking at that time

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mystic rose said...

ayiiii how depressing.
marriage or not, life isnt meant to be lived that way. it would be a sin, if anything is.

lafemmereva said...

brillaint, isnt it sad to see 2 people who once thought the world of each other now hardly have a thing to say!!!