About Me

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Now I take the floor
Outside hardens the core
As I start to grow
I see the long way to go

Saturday, February 23, 2008

7th Heaven

The other day, the significance of number 7 was hashed out.
7 has to be a lucky number, else how can we have ...
7 days a week
7 colors of the rainbow
7 seas
7 stars
7 sins
7 virtues
7 wonders of the world
7 notes of music ???
Give it a thought, you might be able to add more to this list.

Friday, February 15, 2008

You ...

I have been alone all the while
And when my eyes caught you
Its then I did realize
Long wait has come to an end too

Whenever you pass by me
My heart skips a beat
All dreams that I see
Are about you and your feats

I can not further suppress
My feelings for you
I have no words to express
How much I need and love you

Saturday, February 9, 2008

The Clandestine Truth

Is it really love?
Is it just a passing feeling?
Not quite certain
About our current being

Why are we still diffident?
When everything is so evident!
Together we have been for a decade
Still why this false facade?

Those riveting moments
Those anguishing torments
The essence of being together
We owe a lot to each other

Its time to unwind
Lets vent out our mind
I know you are my choice
And I need to know your voice

Monday, February 4, 2008

The young maestro

Had an opportunity to spend the Sunday evening with my friend, nicknamed as the young maestro. He had been giving concerts since childhood days, and it’s nearing decade that I have cognized him, but still I never got to hear him play. Yesterday luck seemed to favor me. The young maestro played some awesome tracks – bhajans, carnatic & filmi. Each of the tracks outdid the other. In a gist I would describe the performances as

A voice so thrilling ne'er was heard
In spring-time from the Cuckoo-bird,
Breaking the silence of the seas
Among the farthest Hebrides

A small word about the maestro - He is an incredible, immensely talented person. The best lineament about him is being very earthy. He will surely go places!!!

Friday, February 1, 2008

The K factor

I have been with this organization for the last 1 year. I got a chance to work with some exciting and intriguing souls. Among them, one person's unparallel dedication and diligence actuated me the most. The K factor that changed my beliefs, my judgements.

Each moment spent with K was an eye opener for me. Being from a development background, I was always prejudiced that testing was an additional overhead.

K flummoxed me with her incisive ability to decipher glitches in the developed code. During discussions, she always came up with intricate details about the features being developed.

In the last 1 year, my view about testing took a dramatic 180 degree turn. I am now completely convinced by the fact that without getting the complete buying from the testing team, no product should ever reach the customer.

31st January was K's last working day in the organization. She has moving on to a new phase in her life.

K ...
Its heartrending, now that you have gone away,
But I have some respite when I am realize you are just a call away ...

Thanks ... you have indeed an invaluable place in my life.