Two momentous days at mysore!!! Well, the return journey was as good as any other part of the whole trip. One highlight of the whole journey was the extempore poetry recited by my colleagues. One started out singing, ‘Kaho naah pyar haiiiii…..’ and the rest was history. Ok. One word of caution – this has to be interpreted in tamil only – otherwise the whole beauty of it diminishes. Go on….
Kaho naah pyar hai
Ambathu ambathu noor hai
Thayir-la thanni oothina more hai
Thanni adichha gaer hai
United nations-la erukkaru Al Gore hai
Hari podara jeans paeru bare hai
Nee dress podala-nna bare hai
Gopi vaayila spoon hai
Ceiling-la erukradhukku paeru fan-nu hai
Moraikradhukku English-la stare hai
Car oatradhukku vaenum gere hai
Vellaikku English-la fair hai
India voda first prime minister Nehru hai
Beware!!! This is not an exhaustive list. I will have to interact with the ‘EP’s (Extempore Poets) to get more out of life. Oh my… this particular session in the train journey was so much fun. I mean so much creativity with such a casual attitude and spontaneity. Though I don’t endorse everything that they do, I am sure it isn’t a simple thing to create something with such naturalness. Anyway, you will have to believe me if I say this is just an infinitesimal part of the infinite fun that the whole team had over there!