PepperScript is committed to bringing fresher perspectives, and The November Note is one such book that will open your hearts to brighter and more complicated life, where love and friendship mean so much more than just abstracts.
In a known place, techie and funny, they were being played with, tossed during the days, huddled during the nights, stomach full of complaints, and souls earnestly desiring to make the imperfect alright.
Two boys, minds so unlike, but there is something that ties. Midhansh and Sidhesh are busy crossing the labyrinth of engineering, young doers, believers of fate, or maybe not, dependent on luck and crazy lover boys. Their past comes back to them in the most unforeseen ways, with intentions so unsought.
What different will November offer? Are mere notes made up of meaningless facts or is some sort of philosophy supposed to decide how one has to feel? Is there a better explanation to revenge?
“The November Note” is a tale about friendship, emotions, and true love. T&C apply*
*Don’t wait for November
A no frill read that puts emotion back in bachelorhood. – HT City
It is when you realize that you are redoing something you have done before, but it is not all that similar.
I hope the poem will take you deep into that realization where you remember doing the same thing, differently.
“No, you got to listen to me. I am not here to fill your mug of coffee, make you a damn sandwich, remind you to take your pills or even to say goodbye or goodnight. I am not here to let you know how much people hate you for what you are, for who you are or for even the nobody that you are. I will not trash my energy and dump my words in a shit hole full of you. And I do not expect you to justify anything that you have done or you will be doing. I do not care about the life you have lived or will live. It really does not matter whether you breathe properly or not till your last breath or you die due to Aids or Cancer. I never wished to see your face, I never wish to see it either, I do not intend to help you walk till the bathroom, or even pass you your reading glasses. You can drink water, you can fall asleep, you can stare at the wall hangings, you can dress-undress yourself, you can talk to your bloody bird friends, you can almost do everything that is almost necessary. You do not need me.”
“Then what are you here for, son?”
“I am here…because…you’re my father…I hate to do all this but I love you…and then…What more should I say…”
In life, many times you find yourself standing in front of a mirror which really does not show you to yourself, it just deciphers the coded self of you. It is important to face such one self and simultaneously realize what is it that one should say. Generally thinking wisely before speaking helps, and atop all, just speaking what you want to helps even more.
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