Boredom, loneliness, laziness, emptiness and irresponsibility: the perfect Mocktail for a bachelor to have on Sundays 😉 🙂 Don’t know when the Mocktail gets transformed into Cocktail 😉 🙂
They said, “It’s weekend man, the time to breath out”. Keeping that in mind, I took a special care to breathe out while I
I was just wandering around to find out a lost soul to entertain it with my warm company. I first approached the park, but the park told me, “you idiot, can’t you see this locked gate with a “don’t disturb” sign?” “Oh sorry, catch you later.” I just replied.
I was about to grab my phone from the pocket, but decided against and went on with my walking. Reaching the high way, I could see the deserted bus station without any company. I felt like it cordially invites me. I solemnly received it. For the first time, I am seeing it without any company, because it was usually blessed with a lot of people with it and in it.
I sat on the banks of a flowing river where I could witness the constant flux of vehicles with people in it. Meanwhile, many passers –by sent an odd look at me with a strange smile thinking who’s this extraterrestrial guy sitting with a book and pen? Some cyclers also conveyed the same. I smiled at them.
Being there for almost an hour – I guess so – a beggar has approached me saying, “You have a message from this bus station?”
“What? Pardon me” I replied.
“Usually, people will sit here with a destination in mind or to achieve a milestone after accomplishing the previous. I guess you don’t have one in your mind since I had been with you for an hour. It seems that you don’t have a single destination in mind”
I smiled at him and he did the same stretching his hand forward for money. Then I was completely lost in laughing seeing that spontaneous action. I told him, I don’t have any change and showed the 100 Rupee note. “Not an issue son, I shall give you the change. After all, a precious message always comes with a cost.”
He took 10 bucks and gave me 90 bucks back. I smiled again and jumped into the flowing river. Don’t forget that I was on the banks of a river.