Boulevard of broken dreams

 

The man, machine and a boulevard which is history…

Surprised that we just walk on.

May be helpless, but we just walk on.

We walk on the disappearing boulevard,

As the city, they say has to move forward

Nishant Ratnakar
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Vidya
Vidya
13 years ago

wah! wah!

Sathya Kumar
Sathya Kumar
13 years ago

I couldn’t have imagined growing up anywhere else than in Bangalore.The city which truly instils pride when you say you were born there,still evokes the same feelings 32 years on.Transition has come quickly to this city and it is inevitable…BUT…it is also sad to see places like the “Boulevard” go. As a “pub-hopping” teen the Boulevard was the perfect place to sober up before hitting base.After scoring a “few” drinks at Pecos,a small walk to the boulevard with friends was a certain essential.It gave us a place to sit and feverishly discuss and mostly argue philosophically,about trivial issues.Though my friends… Read more »

Vidya
Vidya
13 years ago

wah! wah!

Sathya Kumar
Sathya Kumar
13 years ago

I couldn’t have imagined growing up anywhere else than in Bangalore.The city which truly instils pride when you say you were born there,still evokes the same feelings 32 years on.Transition has come quickly to this city and it is inevitable…BUT…it is also sad to see places like the “Boulevard” go. As a “pub-hopping” teen the Boulevard was the perfect place to sober up before hitting base.After scoring a “few” drinks at Pecos,a small walk to the boulevard with friends was a certain essential.It gave us a place to sit and feverishly discuss and mostly argue philosophically,about trivial issues.Though my friends… Read more »