The City has Grown Up

Few days back after a night at AIESEC office for matching mania..early in the morning..I penned down my thoughts !!

This is going to be one of the promotional song. No structure to the song..just plain progressive piece !! Mostly acoustic piece with lot of melancholies !!

That’s what I’ve planned for now..later it all depends how things go while jamming !!

The City Has Grown Up

at four thirty in the morning
bright moon shines so dull
with two spotlights playing
around the the signboard
on which there is a skull

fluorescent tube lights blinking in the doorway
turbulence of the engines of the milk wagons and
newspaper distributors slurping the tea of the day
tempting the sun to wake this once-a-holy-land

roads and pavements grown wider
underneath glowing lamps on divider
only if their hearts were simple
i wouldn’t hesitate to call them people
nights have never been this colder
until this small city had grown older


2 Responses to “The City has Grown Up”

  1. July 11, 2010 at 6:11 pm

    A plaudible post! Like it more because of the connect that comes along the ‘until this small city had grown older’.

  2. 2 gypsyontherocks
    July 12, 2010 at 4:20 am

    thanks deepali

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