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Bubbling away

July 19, 2010

Blog Marathon Post 19

A fine gush of air and I come into existence. I notice the twinkle in your eye when I grow big, but the right mixture and components are also the factors that go into deciding my size. Once I enter this world, I float like a cloud, dance with the wind and fly like a butterfly. You can see rainbow in me and I can see dreams in your eyes. I know that you become a little girl in front of me. You watch me wide-eyed and you try to run after me and snatch me. But one touch that’s all is required for me to vanish into non-existence.

I am the bubble.

Ever loved blowing bubbles using a small loop dipped in soap water? I have and will always be. One of the innumerable joys of childhood which I don’t want to grow out of. I go back to being that little girl whenever I hold that loop and see my bubbles floating up in the air.

This is a photo taken by a dear friend Prashant, who is an awesome photographer. We had lost touch for almost four years and recently got connected again through facebook. I was in awe looking at his photographs. So proud of the wondeful photographer you are Kulli πŸ™‚

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5 Comments
  1. yeh yeh love that.. recently we were asked to do a photo-shoot for the company ad and we bought 2 bottles of bubbles – one for the shoot n one for us to play πŸ˜› in no time both the bottles were empty n for the shoot we had to do something else πŸ˜‰

  2. I always loved such a writing with perspectives from simple things in life which give so much happiness; just like this bubble; your writing is too amazing; I can't put my imagination into words as interestingly as you do :)Thanks for the compliments btw :-)It really feels great to be back in touch with you after 4 years!! Keep the blog marathon going!!

  3. I love blowing bubbles!! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ A trp to Appu ghar always ended up with the blower for me :DAnd the first part of your post, about I am Bubble was too good. Nicely written crisp piece that was!

  4. @Dhanya: I know, it can be so addictive right? I always loved blowing bubbles away πŸ™‚ But I rarely get to do it these days :(@Kulli: Thanks πŸ™‚ So happy to be back in touch with you too. Keep the wonderful photographs coming. Love them :)@Kishley: Thanks dear. Wow, I hope you make frequent trips to Apu Ghar πŸ™‚ I need to get hold of one real soon πŸ™‚

  5. PB :) permalink

    nice "bubbly" post πŸ™‚

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