Friday, September 16, 2005

The Bridges of Madison County

The Beginning
On a beautiful summer day, a deep voice asked if she had ever heard of such a book. She replied “No” and listened enamored. The voice was all she cared for. Now in a world devoid of that voice, she searched for the book but found this instead. She lost her voice since then.

The End

Since Sagnik tagged me one more time i thought i'll try but after i published i browsed and i found something simple and much more powerful in what i wanted to convey.

To quote Ammani:
"She married one, loved another. He became her husband, the other her password."
And to imagine Clint Eastwood as Robert Kincaid...sigh :)


Blogger Anyesha said...

Heard there is a sequel to Bridges of Madison County...but like all sequels I felt this one was also best avoided. Somehow the best love stories are the ones which do not seek closure or end happily ever after...what say?

1:27 AM  
Blogger Kumari said...

@Anyesha: i usually avoid sequels. I just saw the movie and read the book last nite and i must say i am in love with it...tho it is not a happy ending :)

2:16 PM  
Blogger Swathi said...

'The Bridges of Madison County' features high on the list of my all time favorite books
(check this Books)

2:20 AM  
Blogger Vignesh said...

WOW ! That line is sooo good... becomes her password. Hah ! LadyK, you have outdone yourself yet again ! Even though that line was not yours actually, since you adichivuttufied it now, I shall thank ye for it ;)

3:54 AM  
Blogger Kumari said...

@Swathi: IT has got into my list just now :)

@Vignesh: You can thank me anytime...preferrably with a gift :D

10:25 AM  

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