The Mango People

We’re known as the Mango People, or the ‘aam janta’. It might be a sad joke, but the reality is worse.

They say that they let us make decisions and decide the future of what is to be. I might just be one of the above, hanging from a cold and lonely tree, waiting to bloom on my own and try and make a difference. But whatever it is, it’s not happening now.

It’s the older ones, the rotten mangoes on the top that get to do everything. They’re also the ones that receive the most sunlight and are exposed to treachery and wrath. And they love it, they love everyone moment of it.

What they don’t realize is that when the tree-economy shakes from the bottom, we’re the ones that will fall first. They’re on top so that they can get caught by the leaves and branches even if they do happen to take a plunge to the bottom. They think they’ll remain there forever.

But one day, too much sunlight and happiness will bring them down. It’ll show them truly where there guns lie, squashed on the ground. And we’ll be hanging somewhere in the middle, but we’ll be happy. And even when we do fall, our succulent insides, laden with wisdom, will only help us achieve what we want – nirvana.

x EdgyShark x


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Posted on May 4, 2010, in Argue It and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Now THAT was really good!!!!! never thought of comparing mangoes to politicians like this!! πŸ˜€
    i LOVE IT!

  2. Really liked this post. The “aam jantaa” truly are helpless!
    Your blog is awesome. I’m listing it on my own and following you.
    And your song is really good too!

  3. Thou hast been blogrolled :))

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