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Run Lola Run

Sunday, October 05, 2014 , 24 Comments

photo by Tom Chambers 
Boundaries breaks with communications
love is the strongest ammunition
Then why use bullets?

Flowing water has no religion,
nor winds or wings of birds has bounds of borders
Then why create it for Humans?

These were many questions
that eroded Lola's notion
and she regretted falling in love

Love was her divine folly
That took her from her home's comfort to Swat Valley
Her lover was an appointed soldier

Why to wait endlessly for soldier's return
situation to move or fate to turn
Iron mesh could not cease you behind.
Take wings of fancy and climb,
enter the prohibition
leave your inhibitions
breath your dreams,
break the barriers,
Break the stereotypes, Shock, Shun!
It's dawn break,
Run Lola Run!

The autor is half Human, half machine. Go Figure or just revel in what I write


  1. Holy crap, after reading that ass-kicking write, I'm burning my pencil. You rocked that one! xo

  2. Beautiful words, Ekta. It's divine. Something I believe in, why create human borders for the soul. Let's evolve and move out of our shell.

    1. Thanks so much Vishal. I am glad that you liked it :)

  3. Remarkable response to the prompt...

  4. That was a great movie!

    I love your second stanza. We often regret falling in love. We should never regret falling in love.

  5. love ,eternal ,crosses all boundaries. Lovely lines!

  6. Loved Lola running and feel the connection. Enter the prohibitions is a wonderful invitation.

  7. Flowing water has no religion...beautiful...

  8. Oh God ... this is one fiery piece ... as breezy and action packed and exciting like a Tarantino movie ... you truly are one hell of an awesome writer :D

  9. I can see Lola now! great write!

  10. So wistful at first with your themes of peace then to the frantic escape...thank you for sharing

  11. Damn good one for the image prompt...lovely lines Ekta :)

    1. Thanks Uma. I am glad that you liked it :)

  12. Very cool! In the rhythm & imagery it was like a great song from a great movie--and perfect just as is. :)

    1. Thanks you so much for the lovely remarks :) I am glad that you liked it.


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