Somewhere in The Middle of Nowhere…

A river flowed somewhere in the middle of nowhere.

Somewhere with a gush and somewhere without an utterance, the river kept flowing without hesitation. Punched by hails, pushed by banks, the river kept following the newtonian mechanics, in pursuit of its climax. 

A river flowed somewhere in the middle of nowhere.

Somewhere through the rugged rocky paths,with its head held high, it reaches its destination. With its water being the time, which when once touched never returned and the molecules being people, competing against each other.

A river flowed somewhere in the middle of nowhere.

Somewhere along its course, from the mountains to the ocean with all the struggles in between to be better, to be victorious. Without losing hope, pushed by few and pulled by some, dragged by many and scarred by all. 

A river flowed somewhere in the middle of nowhere.

Somewhere, facing the storms, the heat, the scorch, the cold, the cyclonic winds and the rough stony paths.Teaching that life is but a rat race, with the subtle irony, that the one’s who start early might not be the one’s who succeed, sometimes the one’s who join post rain, only win!

A river flowed somewhere in the middle of nowhere.

Somewhere in that very moment, some water particles won, some lost but the that’s not the point. Infact, that’s not the story at all since they all reached their destination, altogether into the vastness of the ocean. 

A river flowed somewhere in the middle of nowhere.

Somewhere in a small town, of some small state, watched by a small boy, of a small village. A boy whose dictionary didn’t had the word small in it. Carried by dreams led by destiny, an alibi to an unwary dreamer.

 A river flowed somewhere in the middle of nowhere.

Picture Credit: Sanjay Pal

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