Sunday 10 October 2010

Escape


Each night a new player
Tired of living a blemish life
Lonely prostitute seeks escape


27 After Thoughts:

Harshad mehta said...

Picture and words compliment each other.
feelings so well expressed!

Devika said...

Yes, the dirty men's world where some women join the men to spoil the innocence of many girls....i have worked with some such girls at one point in time, as a lawyer...but no, it continues,

keep writing Deepak, it counts :)

wishes,
devika

Ramesh Sood said...

So well said.. only if the escape comes..let us keep the fingers crossed.. you have put a fantastic message here..Deepak..

Would be a pleasure having you visit my posts.. I have made two this time..

ViDiShA said...

...good..

Amity said...

well said...then the other day i saw one seeking refuge in a neighborhood for she got preggy...

Geraldine said...

a very original take on this prompt.

www.mypoeticpath.wordpress.com

Sumit Sarkar said...

So true...very well written... :)

Deepak said...

@ harshad: thanks for ur words :)

@ devika: yes, no matter how hard to try to stop it, it continues. But we should keep trying :) thanks for dropping by :)

@ ramesh: I'm glad u liked it. And yes, I've been to ur blog and the posts are awesome :)

@ vidisha: thank u :)

@ amity: thanks. sigh :(

@ geraldine: thanks a lot :)

@ sumit: thanks :)

Devika said...

Ha! trying...I've left the legal practice altogether after marriage...He doesn't like me working as a social activist in those areas...The typical mind-set of Indian men...and I have agreed to it, as far as i stay in the marriage i'll heed to his advice :)

But yes, i'm part of some NGOs serving the blind and the handicapped...there are lots to do, if one will open eyes to the outside world :)

wishes,
devika

Teresa said...

Excellent take on the prompt. The words and picture go perfectly together to create the feeling.

Blasphemous Aesthete said...

Short words, deeper cuts... nice one!

Deepak said...

@ devika: well, In my opinion, to do some good work you don't require any sort of qualification. You've left your legal practice but you're working with NGOs which is equally good. Cheers :) and thanks for coming back again :)

@ teresa: thanks :) half credit goes to the picture owner whoever he/she is :)

@ blasphemous: I wish the cuts heel soon. I'm glad u liked it :)

Devika said...

And in my opinion, Education matters, but in the right way :)

I don't think without the kind of education I got I would be doing anything; --- Not for a debate, just saying...because, when i start a conversation i have to take it to the end --

cheers!
devika

Deepak said...

@ devika: Being a Chartered Accountant myself, I fully agree that education matters. Your point is respectfully taken :) Lets end it here Ma'am :)

Devika said...

hahaha! okay done :)

best wishes, with your writing, Deepak,
devika

Deepak said...

@ devika: thanks a lot for ur wishes, it really matters for an amateur writer like me :)

Devika said...

it's there always, Deepak...even if i'm not commenting always :)

wishes,
devika

Sweetest in the Gale said...

You captured the despair with so few words...very poignant.

Jingle said...

very reflective,
well put and convincing!

Nalini Hebbar said...

once in there is no escape but in death...sad sad feeling!...well expressed!

gautami tripathy said...

Sad state of affairs, which goes on and on..


dad, farther and farther away

Reflections said...

such a lonely life, to be with yet be so alone.

Nicely done.

Love your header picture!

umapoems said...

very thoughtful! expressed well the pain in haiku

Patti said...

so very true- very poignant

Deepak said...

@ devika: Thanks, comments surely encourage :)

@ sweetest: thanks a lot :)

@ jingle: thank u, glad u liked it :)

@ nalini: death - escape - sigh

@ gautami: yeah it does.

@ reflections: thanks for liking the post and header picture :)

@ umapoems: I'm glad u liked it :)

@ patti: thanks a lot :)

Olivia said...

Deepak, this one is so well crafted.. Loads on intensity goes in. I am touched to see how simple words could convey a huge heap of emotions.. well done..
xx

Deepak said...

@ olivia: thanks for such a genuine praise :) and yes, beauty in is the simplicity i guess :)

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