The phone rang, it was him. I think of why he is calling me, fearing of how would you be reacting if only you get to know. Yes, if only, so I pick up the call. He asks of my whereabouts. I tell him am back home. He argues of not telling him, and disconnects the call.
I, as always confused, keep everything, the phone, my mind and most importantly my heart aside, so that it doesn't bother you. *Tring* *tring*
I check if it's you, it's still him. "Hello", I say. "At your gate in half an hour", he says, and disconnects.
I reach out to my family. They seem more excited that I am finally meeting him.
Dressed up I'm about to leave,
it's again *tring* *tring*
I fear if it's you, for I want to meet him.
But it's again him. As usual waiting for me to come and meet him.
And then, I meet him. With different thoughts running in my head, I get into his car, just to feel like a blank canvas, waiting to be painted.
He makes me feel comfortable as if nothing's changed. He was all the same yet different.
You know, he talks about you, wondering if you put stars in my dark night. He talks about us, of how we have been. The curiousness in his eyes to know about you makes me cringe about the hatred you have for him.
But you know, he doesn't hate you. Yet he feels pity for you, knowing that I am no more the girl he had loved some day.
We talked about anything and everything that day.From the first day when we talked to the months spent without talking to him. Hours passed, and I was all into the conversation.
Yet again, *tring* *tring* , this time it was you.
Yet again a bad timing,for I wanted to talk to him this time, with clearly no conversation running in my head.
This valentines spend time with those who supported you when you were down
Supplied the bottomless tubs of icecream when you needed it
And will be your soul sisters for life
Spend this valentines watching a movie with the girl gang #valentinesday#girlgang#callow#koregoanpark
It took four years to create Mothdust. Four years of growing up, getting real with ourselves, and grappling with the imbalances and injustices of the society in which we live.
Mothdust is not a concept album per se. it’s a collection of songs from this period of our lives. a period in which we decided to just keep going, and to play music for no other reason than because we love it.
We took this photo in our dark moth space. Read more about the story of Mothdust here: https://us2.campaign-archive.com/?u=495f04b35714e446d3c10ef5a&id=555d7dba97