Moving On…

Wind arose from place unknown

Spreading my face like a hurricane flush

Drinking away the heat of afternoon

reminding me of the dear times

in this very same space.

Got ready to move on to a distant place

bidding goodbye to this lovely environment

dear to my heart.

But what I learnt from my frequent travels

to live far off is

As the waves pass by,

so the memories of remote past.

As the new tide arises,

so comes fresh new experiences.

Shaping a brand new you

for a brand new tomorrow.

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Mission: Long Journey

Early man used to move for food and shelter. The 21st century man moves for food, shelter and more importantly for work. At this pace me and my family were moving for joy in our dearly car. After all we are all social animals.

The destination is clear i.e. from Hyderabad to Chennai.

Distance of the journey – 750km

Approximate time – 10 to 12 hours

Travelling by – White Hyundai Accent

Route map – Hyderabad-Kurnool-Kadappa-Ranigunta-Redhills-Chennai

Here I am with a pen and paper trying to record all that I could feel and sense around me.

Travel writer – R.K.Haritha

Copper needles stood still bearing bits of life it was still holding on, which is supposed to resemble the grass, was stand still as though painted. Big trees had less of copper and more of emerald but not as emeraldish as I had expected. A bare landscape is all that I could see stretched so far that my eyes weren’t capable to make out neither its ending nor its beginning, not to mention the gigantic rocks which makes an outline of a mountain was so much in thirst that it appeared like a sick man in his death bed.

Huh! I had at last seen something different from the present scenario. It was structured to be a factory or in my case a demon to makes its surroundings sick. Slowly and slowly I could see other stuffs which indicated the dominance of humans. I could say this because of the proofs I managed to give a glance at, though it wasn’t worth a glance as the nature which was bearing was a remarkable sight. These were small settlements, petty shops which more or less targeted on the travelers who were probably on a long journey.

These new part of our journey had a lot of emeraldish stuff; the land was fertile even while sun is camping on earth a lot more than usual. The painting beside my window had a lot of grey paint.

We have now crossed 200 km of our journey, the usual break time mark. Well time is there or in our case allotted but what shall we eat and more importantly where? There is no hint of a restaurant!!

We were in the verge of freezing in the car that is when we opened our windows. Hush! OMG! There comes a hurricane of sun rays. It felt good for a second but later it started to suck out our energy just as seen in the glucose advertisement. We managed to save our energy since the breakfast. Its nearly 4 past 30 now yet I didn’t feel hungry, guess why?

Oh! Ho! What’s there to think about it? It’s obvious, isn’t? We are on a long drive and who the hell is interested to make it a short drive with too many breaks. If somebody does that they are totally insane. Continue reading