Me and My Muse

Monday, November 13, 2006


The little Jack who fell, in getting water from a well.
The Jack who tumbled down and could not save his pale.
The Jack who broke his crown with stitches and frown.
Sat, after many years; to write down...

The rest of it is what Jack had written.
No there was no 'Jill' when he wrote it and Jack still feels he was pushed.

Jack penned a golden verse and bought sweet words for his sass.
He shut out the candle light fighting the cold wind in dark.
He threw away the muddy robes and bid the shadows bye-bye.

Crude mind and the unsolved riddles lost within it.
He set ablaze all crooked devils in his mind.
And flicked in all that deserved to be forgotten.

He bought cognition with the ash he collected.
And determined to gather all broken parts still capable.

And guess what…

Jack lives in a new home now, which in size is small…

But where it's more homely. Where he doesn’t fear to fall


[all except the first four lines (and the last two) of this was written during october 2005, not today. Somehow I lost it and found back today. So added the first four lines and posted it]
Interesting info about Jack and Jill:



Anonymous Anonymous said...

how did u know jack had a big house ...

Monday, November 13, 2006 2:41:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

and why did u spoil the feel of sweet nursery poems ?

crap ... u r a looser

Monday, November 13, 2006 2:44:00 PM  
Blogger Arnab Pal said...

hello sir anon..

thanks for your earnest interest in posting a comment..

just for your info, in case you thought that these nursery rhymes were too "nursery" .. then please note that
a)jack n jill
b)humpty dumpty
c)phantom comics

are kiddish ... if u could only know about the amount of darkness it had .. i really feel pity for u..

in case if you have grown out of your nursery.. take this for example:

Monday, November 13, 2006 2:47:00 PM  
Anonymous Sandy said...

Most of these anonymous posters don't have the fucken balls to actually type their name in, and then they betray their ignorance in no small way. Just like the guy who posted proved that he was born a moron and will never change.

Anyways, great writing on the jack and jill. In fact, jack and Jill has many myriad interpretations, which we shall probably discuss at a later date, with some vegetation to help us in the task.

Thursday, November 23, 2006 8:46:00 AM  

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