Excursions Of A Bibliophile

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Sound Associations

Posted by Vish Mangalapalli on May 4, 2010

Snip, Snip: Monotony of a barber’s day job
Snip, Snip: Finishing touches of a tailor
Snip, Snip: The weighty caution of a pick pocket at his professional duties
Snip, Snip: The pre-sigh act of a surgeon with the final suture at the operating table
Snip, Snip: The cruel song of a pay cut
Snip, Snip: The clipping of wings of power in a relationship
Snip, Snip: Music of the bribed and lament of the briber
Snip, Snip: A teacher’s deduction of marks for a student’s shoddy work
Snip, Snip: The aghast feeling of a teenager watching parents curtail pocket money
Snip, Snip: The wicked crooning of inflation reducing  purchasing power
Snip, Snip: Relationships breaking

Oh! by the way, in India it also has spiritual connotations…..
Snip, Snip: The ready claim of a godman changing his gender when caught red handed in a compromising position 🙂


2 Responses to “Sound Associations”

  1. Lakshmi said

    Nice, Vishy.


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