Story of a lost journalist

April 10, 2011

I demand…

Filed under: Daily Rot — Cris @ 17:48

Brr brr-um brrr brr-o brr-brr- zzzzzzzz.
I-I’m co-co-coolddd. Uff. Sick… uff… tee-teeth clattering. Clat clat clat-a-tat.

One would think the world you toil for day and night would mourn for you, with you. No such luck. They are all here, chattering, laughing, even working. Not sick at all. Not even attempting to share my temperature.

I detest this. I protest this. The world is supposed to sit for me, with me, nurse me and cure me. I demand the wind come and lift me from my miserable office chair. I demand the clouds bed me safe and secure far up the sky. I demand the trees drop their long soft leaves to cover my shivering self. I demand the chirping little birds to sing a sweet lullaby for me. I demand angels to watch over me when I sleep so long… so so long… and finally I demand humans to tell me not to work, never to work.

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7 Comments »

  1. They dont do it cuz are all stupid!! 😀 But the trees and birds are going to do it for you soon, just wait 🙂

    Get well soon, Cris!!

    Comment by Arun — April 11, 2011 @ 13:05 | Reply

    • Thanks Arun, I am well now 🙂

      Comment by Cris — April 15, 2011 @ 01:34 | Reply

  2. The trees dropping their leaves while you up on the clouds wouldn’t keep you from shivering, would it ? 😉
    Get well soon.

    Comment by Pradeep — April 13, 2011 @ 22:22 | Reply

  3. awww… get well soon criskoo.. 🙂 here’s one human asking yu to take a day off and rest on your bed imagining it to be a bed of clouds… 🙂

    Comment by Akshaya — April 15, 2011 @ 01:53 | Reply

  4. You get well soon. The part of not working is a mutual one..i sit and crib over the same every day i head to office..nothing changes and things are still the same 🙂

    Comment by Viji Venu — April 15, 2011 @ 21:56 | Reply

  5. 🙂 Angels comes in disguise in the form of your loved ones and takes care of you, not Only when you are sick, but always and forever..

    Comment by Javed Miandad — December 23, 2011 @ 04:17 | Reply


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