Feb 6, 2009 - Uncategorized    18 Comments

You

You are the authority, you are the culture, you are the past.

You are a postmodernist masterpiece of nature – the greatest artist of the universe!

PS: These are not my words.

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18 Comments

  • Tho kaun hai ye shayar?

  • Rightly said. The culture is us.

  • Not your words, but nice anyways! Lot of depth..

    We are lot more than what we think we are..

  • who’s you?

    oh yeah and I’ve unretired from blogging

  • aww, shucks, thanks taz. never knew you felt this way about me!

  • Who me? Cool, I always did have the suspicion ๐Ÿ˜€

  • Thanks!

  • very well written!

  • Bonjour Tazeen,

    I’ve clicked on “You” several times but it was not revealed to me who is “you”.

    What about explaining for those who do not understand?

    Your obd’t servant
    Georg

  • Hi Tazeen,

    Nice. You are but, stardust…something grandiose or something insignificant.

    Happened on your blog thru ‘Iditis’. I am glad.

    Cheers,
    Rahul

    The permanent temptation of life is to confuse dreams with reality…the permanent defeat of life is when dreams are surrendered to reality.

  • I also wish to know who ‘you’ is. And whose words these are.

  • If the “You” is replace by “I” … it would literally sound like Che’s words ๐Ÿ˜‰ The modern avatar Narcissus!

  • Then, if you’re going to be really postmodern about it, it’s questionable what “these are not my words would mean”…or was that the point…maybe I need to try again in the morning…interesting stuff, either way….

  • NOt yours? Thanks anyway ๐Ÿ™‚

  • i never thought people would be curious about this, it is a pep talk sort of email sent to me by my friend Harry. So basically the you is good ol’ moi.

    Neeku,

    longest time, where are you and how are you doing?

  • You are full of it ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • I always knew I was special! ๐Ÿ˜›

  • A non definitive article would have perhaps been more meaningful; the use of the definitive article ‘the’ before them makes ‘authority’, ‘culture’, and ‘past’ appear limited and less significant than what the writer perhaps intended them to be!
    Just an observation…

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