24 August 2008

And then we forget what we see

Tea kadai Ramu cursed back at that belly-bloated customer who broke two glasses, “Do you have senses? You’re just a man whose belly speaks more than his brain.” “Ei…I broke only glasses, why are you trying to hurt me otherwise? Stay away! Who doesn’t have sense? I have two eyes, two ears, two nostrils, two hands, and a pretty strong tongue. I can walk on fours. I can dance on twos. I can sing aloud and bellow too…” the customer kept talking as four men dragged him away from the conflict spot. One of them was a journalist who was drinking china tea and reading an English newspaper. He did not want to hold on too strongly to the customer’s biceps. The belly bloated customer pulled up his lungi and spat at Ramu, “Ada thu…leave all that…at least I know to forget.”

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