Sunday, July 12, 2009

Elixir


Elixir originally comes from Arabic al-iksir, meaning the powder for drying wounds. In Latin, it is supposedly a mythological potion able to prolong life indefinitely. I don't intend giving it the former meaning, and the latter makes no sense either: its just a name that I had to give. I haven't seen what colour Elixir was of, but neither do you know. So, it is nothing but pure imagination. An abstract description of something that am not sure if ever existed also.

For reality, it is a glass of Rose Squash kept in my room's window at Ajmer (Rajasthan).

2 comments:

Hakuna Matata said...

Chalice of temptation :)

charu said...

a glass, half full with life...:)