Seeking perfection even in the camaflogue of the broken, twisted and peculiar settings, our innermost desire still remains – finding that perfect story.
In the corners of the world, probing for boxes with that one perfect story hidden somewhere. They all look appealing.
‘Maybe, I want them to’, the voices warn!
One after the other. Open. Each box is supposed to be: ‘the one’.
‘Please try again’
And we move to the other.
‘Better luck next time’
Boxes. Us. The stories.
They all change. The us-es. And with them, the stories. Just like the changing boxes.
You’re ired to continue opening another one of these. You’re tired of the disappointments. Of those stories that are there, but NOT there. Of yourself. Of them. And you so wish that it was in your hands to let it all stop.
The myth of the choice. Hadhtag My Choice. Hashtag their choices. The puppets think they have free will. The strings are just accessories to walk around the life’s stage. Idiots. We’re all the Siri’s and Alexa’s in a parallel universe.
Stories where cliffhangers are the norm just tend to miss out on cliched endings like.. ‘…ever after’. Lifelong happiness sure might be a myth. But even seeking the permansncy of a ‘they lived’ is a tall order.
They say, there’s no correct box. The idea of that one box doesn’t exist. Unless it’s a book. A really good book. Or a movie to lend thoughts to those imaginations on 70mm. But, who listens?
‘Customize it!’ They say. ‘Weave your own story. Paint it the way you’d like the world to see. ‘ they add to their wise sayings.
‘But.. the story isn’t for the world!” I contest.
‘No one gives a $#@*’. Their look says it all. Uncensored.