Sense Of Sound: The Sound of India Bulls

The artificial experience of listening to a man made fountain trying to sound like a waterfall merged with the screeches of cars rather than birds in the exteriors of a corporate park in contrast to the heavy breathing of a centralised cooling monster in the interiors. Sounds of mechanical idiot boxes instead of the real idiots in the giant electrical ladders contradicting from the wailing from the electrical barrier. The larger parts of the interiors have machines talking more than men. Soft murmurs coming in small designated areas, at least there’s a little life and joy where the tools charge themselves up for the day with a dark smelly liquid. The echoes of of the footsteps of the tools coming in the silent hall ways is like the galloping of sloppy hallways. The whistle screeches if a tool goes off limits, while a car zooms past them almost killing them. The entire park is filled with sudden cries  from plastic objects created specially so that tools can communicate miles away ignoring the tool right in front of him.


Cigarettes and blazers

And pant suits and coffee

That’s how I wake up

To make myself money

Shiny nice shoes and some long flared dresses

These are a few things that make me impressive

When the day starts

When the work starts, that’s when I’m feeling sad

There’s nothing better than a coffee a day

That brings my mood back.


One comment

  1. niharikamukhi · February 22, 2015

    I find the idea of contrasting sounds very interesting. The composition tends to have moments of calmness with flowing water and the music in the lift which absolutely contrasts with the machine like, mechanical sounds whether it is the beeps of the machine or even the ringtone of the cell phone. It adds a sense of humour and unexpectedness.


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