Wednesday, April 22, 2009

The Saga Of Severance

The prologue: Their ephemeral love affair
The epilogue: A vapid life with new beginnings
Scribbled in between was a never ending story: The myth of their separation

9 comments:

Ankit said...

The eternally ephemeral love affair, the continuously concrete myth of separation - the perfect case of a glass that is either half full or half empty!

Pallavi said...

This is nice but it doesn't have any hint of parenting. Right?

frissko said...

The child in the mother's womb, the 'severance' of the umblical chord (myth of separation), and the child's life thereafter? (but why vapid?)...

Not sure if this is what you meant though...Do elaborate please (unless you want each one to have his/her own takeaway)...

Parth said...

@Ankit: At least you are on the right track :)

@Pallavi, Frissko: No, no, no. No parenting analogies here :) This is pure and simple love and seperation between adults. More importantly, a take on how lost love can be a legend for a lifetime if you can't get over it.

Pallavi said...

Thank God, Parth. See you need to clarify so that we don't make dangerous assumption..:)

Parth said...

@Pallavi: I absolutely see that need now :)

Plain Jane said...

Why vapid? You broke my heart with that single adjective! :(

Parth said...

@Plain Jane: Good to see you here after a long time. It strikes home, doesn't it, the 'vapidity' of it all. I suppose I wanted to wrench the heart of all those whose hearts can be wrenched with these words.

Ricercar said...

wonder why love is so fated to ephemereality - and why some of us find that fragility so difficult to make peace with