I spent my early 20s, those 3 years in Delhi, listening to this song (with the rest of Joshua Tree album) day in and out. Just the hint of sound from this song takes me back to those days.
I think this was also my first album purchase. It lived and died in my first (and only) portable music player :)
It’s been 3 days since I arrived in India. I’m yet to see the sky.
The cab driver called it fog. But the daytime temperatures are in high 20s, even saw 31°C yesterday. Yet this fog never clears.
I’m in my hometown. When I was growing up here, we used to lay on the roof at night, and try to recognise all the constellations.
In three days, I haven’t even seen a clear sun or moon.
Back home in Guildford, we still see the sky bright and clear – just the way it used to be here when I was growing up.
I miss that clear sky. That sharp, clear sunshine. And that bright and clear moon at which my boy barks.
Everyone knows this is smog. Everyone knows what’s causing it. (I think) everyone knows it’s quite bad for their health.
And yet, no one’s bothered about it. Not one bit.
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