I have gone crazy in the past few weeks. As nidhi, mentions it, writers love movies. That includes a short story writer who are small timers like me. Well, i’ve completed the sequel to my orginal short story named the duplicate dream. I am the only writer probably who would have written a sequel to a short story. My ideas of making this a trilogy is at the back of my mind. I wish I could meet David Davidar to publish this short story. Currently, I need to WATCH MOVIES. 😦 But here i am in my office cublicle on a monday morning preparing for a technology presentaion scheduled this afternoon. Well, who said software engineers don’t day dream.

I have actually been off from writing blogs for 2 full weeks. I miss them a lot. Quite a lot to write of the past week’s experiences. I swear by the moon and the stars to write a lot on my blog. Hope i do !!

I wrote that blogpost on April 22, 2002.

I only wish, I can get back to my early blogging days. Raw, naive and unfettered.

I wrote that blogpost on July 30, 2005.

Its 2008 now, nearly six years after that 2002 post was written. And today, I would love to write a blogpost just like April 2002(with all that spell/grammatical errors) but all I could do is only repeat what was written as of July 2005. You get it ?

6 thoughts on “Repeatu

  1. thala….6 years is a lot of time. the only problem is that you dont write too much these days. you are still interesting to read in kirukal also. so keep going.


  2. Somehow, I can’t stop myself bringing in this comparison here, though unrelated. Your 2002 scribbles were similar to Maniratnam’s pre-Roja movies. Your 2005 post is similar to his later movies. I wish Maniratnam could make movies similar to pre-Roja 🙂


  3. One thing you can take consolation in – whether or not the current posts are in the tune of Apr 2002 posts – the spelling errors and grammar errors still are 😉


  4. bart, etho enakaaga sonna maathiri. thanks.

    mohan, really ?!

    Raja, appidiya. nejamaava. i thought it was pretty clear.

    shwetha, isn’t that the point, of any blog. how else do we differentiate ourselves from the formally edited, compulsarily punctuated main stream media.


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