Sunday, November 05, 2006

Few Random Thoughts

It was misspelled by the author, miscommunicated by the narrator and quite naturally, misunderstood by the entire audience, barring one. She fully grasped what exactly he had meant to say, not through the words she heard, but through her senses. Grabbing her bag and offering apologies to other patrons, she slid across the aisle as quietly and quickly as she could and walked out of the auditorium. She tried calling his mobile, but there was no available network. "F%*k!" she swore so loudly that few uninterested souls around, who had come out of the play for various reasons, suddenly shot their glances at her. "Definitely not used to hear a girl say that," she thought, whispered a "Pardon me" and started walking more briskly. The entire lobby was watery because of the heavy rais the city was being lashed with. She did not even heed when she almost slipped once, but ran out of the entrance calling out for a cab.

signing off,

4 comments:

Manish said...

Intriguing. Who was she?

nku said...

Just no one in particular :)

golbguru said...

That is just one random thought.:)

I could gather a lady watching a play and suddenly not liking what was said (probably her name), walked away in disgust.

Some Diwali occassion play? just a wild guess.

nku said...

:)

Don't think too much good men! It is something too random to extract meanings from!