Saturday, 2 November 2013

Stars and her.

The place was set, the trumpets blaring, stars aligned, routes cleared.
She was waiting for her new venture which the foreteller was now to send her for. She was excited, as this would be her last one. Enough had come out from the past ones, she would then leave this level behind and move on to the next one, but there was this strange connection she had now started feeling with this level, the people, like a lust for a longer stay. She was the chosen one. She knew she wanted things to last, but then moving on meant more than that. She would have to leave. She told herself she'll make this last one, the most beautiful one, most thrilling, fearless, happy and colorful.
She turned to see the foreteller smiling at her excitement.
This should mean you've got things already running in your head.
'Isn't that like always?' was her inquisitive quick reply. 'But then there are more than just simple plans for this one! I'm gonna make things last' came out more like a note to oneself.
That has been the case with you, I wanted to tell you that there's a surprise to your venture this time though. 
For a second she paused, only to realise that this brought a smile. She loved surprises, even when they were the worst ones. In the past she had noted that the foreteller would cast a spell on a venture and then all she had to do was decipher the spell and find the cue. She was so much in love with this game of decoding and finding the exit that all it did to her was add more adrenaline.

She waited for him. He brought the piece of paper.

To your words be gold, 
And the faith behold.
To your world be complete,
and your self discreet.

To your understanding unbound,
and best realities be found.
Here I say, 
except the scar, utter dismay.

For he shall come, 
and till then you'll lay.
Within the shell of your wrap,
uncover he shall, and then you'll play.


3.11.2013.
She realized she had found him. The cover was now to be unveiled. The wait was over.


P.S. Happy Diwali everyone. :)

35 comments:

  1. Your really write in a way that draws people to you... I know I get into each word and always think how profound...

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  2. I agree with Launna. You have a very intimate style of writing that makes us feel that we know you.

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  3. Your writing is mysterious and compelling.

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  4. Nice and mystifying...letting the imagination show her charm..:)

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  5. Your words and the emotions in your post are soo picturesque...

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  6. From title to the opening thru lines there after it s been a treat.

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  7. i think i understood parts of it. or more of what they have to do with you. :)

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  8. There is a mystery in your words that needs to be unravelled. Such a powerful post. ♡ :-)

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  9. Whatever you write, seems to be amazing to me. :')

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  10. Ok, I must say Im really glad to just see you post a post ;)
    I didnt quite like it when you took off for a while, and then I was not here for a while, but now you're baaack! Ok, ill stop here. Bye x

    Hopelessly Hopeful
    http://welcometomypartypeople.blogspot.in/

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  11. I'm never sure if I want to be the chosen one or not. I think not.

    /Avy

    http://mymotherfuckedmickjagger.blogspot.com

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  12. Happy Diwali to you too, even though I live nowhere near India.

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  13. Your writing is very descriptive and thoughtful.
    'She loved surprises, even when they were the worst ones' - Pretty! :)

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  14. you're such a great story teller

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  15. Waiting for more.
    Happy Divali and Happy Thanksgiving.

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  16. This is over the moon awesome!

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  17. I like this story very much. I do not know what Divali is though

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  18. Who is she? You never give the name.

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  19. Hope she liked what she found. PA, you write like an Oracle!!! Why why why?

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  20. nice....the anticipation of the moment...the letting go of what is behind us...there is always that fear/excitement mix...i have felt that....the verse at the end is cool as well...you had me right there in that moment.

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  21. I love this! Beautiful message from the fortune teller at the end. c:

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  22. this is beautiful. it's left me speechless, i honestly don't know what to say x

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  23. she found him, the wait was over.... what comes next, i wonder? looking forward.to.reading more from you, loved this

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  24. Fascination, excitement, surprises, even when they are are the worst. What more is there?
    Thank you for the nice comment on my blog.

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  25. Very nice story ~ There's a bit of mystery in the end ~

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  26. Lot of questions to that! The fortune teller gave her assignments?

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  27. time to move on :P

    ei have a look at my latest post

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