Laugh, Laugh And Expand.

Nowadays people are good at expanding.

Whether be it at making more and more houses or at eating huge amount of food like monsters which is unwanted in reality.

But while doing so, the folks involved in it, often lose themselves.

For in these times when chaos is reigning everywhere and in everything it is better to be happy, than being a sadistic or cruel or sloppish kind of person at heart .The expansion occurs in one’s mind much rather than at it being a monetary or property or satisfactory gain.That’s where the whole problem occurs and it makes one more and more egoistic.It leads to puffing up of the soul and everything else with it.The end consequences turn out to be disastrous for that person.

So try to be better and laugh and expand.

But don’t over do it or you would end up as a deflated balloon(That’s what happens usually in the end).



A Beautiful Ruby.

A beautiful ruby,

Adores a neck.

It is beautiful,

It is wonderful.

Its price is only true and heartfelt love,

For a mother has gifted it to her daughter on her birthday.

The daughter has now grown up,

And still wears it on a daily basis.

It is her lucky charm,

And nothing can change it for her.

A beautiful ruby,

Adores a neck,

But it is love,

Which makes it a gift inseparable.




The Doctor says the laughter is the best.

I laughed,

But the gastritis came upto the throat.

My throat said don’t laugh like that.

It may cause others laugh.

I am not sure enough.

When you will get me soda enough.

Laugh when you feel to laugh.

Sit on this bench.

You need rest.

I am pushing your demons down.

Give some money to that poor,

Or share some food with him.

You may chit-chat with him about his daily life,

Which will cause no pain.

By that time,

Your demons will make away,

And the laughter who is the friend of yours,

You will feel it anyway.



Laughter and Its Effect.

We came out of the house, past the building gate,walked along the main road, passed the by lane. A few steps ahead, we met our old housemaid. Seeing us, she felt so happy that she laughed. Her laughter was so yellow, I don’t want to describe it any further and I leave to you to understand that we felt suffocated and couldn’t help answering her questions, like how we are, who is working now? Could she come for giving my mother some massage and all.

Ma gave her little money and we proceeded further. Reached a baker’s shop and ordered some savouries and told him that while going back home, we will collect it. We proceeded further to the next by lane for walking and met our old school bus driver.

 He smiled and he had long and sharp teeth. Recognized me and asked what I was doing now. He told my mother –“Your son was very peaceful. He never quarrelled in the bus”.

After passing him, Ma looked at me and asked-“Is it a denture day?” We were walking and came the panipuriwala. We stopped for it and had panipuris when a small girl brought a pitcher full of good water. The panipuri seller, made the tamarind water.

The girl is very fluent in Marathi and she asked her father would she bring some more. To this her father said-“No, now you sit here.”

As we were gulping down the panipuri very faster, the girl started laughing without any control. Both of us also laughed. This time, her denture and laughter was from her heart and joyful. That we forgot the laughter of the old acquaintances

Came back and collected the bakery product and both of us checked in the mirror, that how do we look when we laugh and it was okay. Relief.