A lady traveling in "Ladies coupe" from Bangalore to Kanyakumari, gets to hear about the lives of her co-passengers. Their "Lessons in forgetting" cognizes her real purpose of life to such an extent that she does not shy away from trying "Satyr of the subway"!
Well, that’s Anita Nair! Her stories are complex and contemporary centered around women of all ages, concentrating hard on the trials and tribulations they encounter during the span of their lives.
After reading her novels, various thoughts clog my mind:-Are most women nymphomaniac? Do they always want to be desired and drooled over? Do they feel lonely and lifeless even in their marriage? Or are these just the fits of imagination of the author?
The chosen, finest fifteen Is all set to come back As the weakest, ever seen Low in attitude and in knack
Little did they fathom short ball Would ruin their world cup hope For instead of tackling it and standing tall Played meek and weak, unable to cope
Batting was attributed as their forte Little did the batsmen play and portray At many times, even after winning the toss Bowling first was what their captain chose
Not winning a single match in the super eight Captain is left with no more excuses or no one to blame For the team hardly gave a sturdy, spirited fight Once upon the time, they were the champions of the game!