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Thoughts Written, Poetry on Petals, Poetry on Canvas, Written Pages, Poetry on a Wall, Scattered Words, Poetic Thoughts, Once Written and Forgotten;

As a child, I aspired to be an artist until one rainy afternoon, I discovered I couldn’t paint a rainbow as beautiful as the one that had appeared on the sky so I picked up a pen and started writing what turned out to be my first ever poem. That very instance, I just knew – knew they dipped feathers in ink bottles because it brought those broken wings back to life. Words gave me so much freedom that I could almost feel what it’s like to fly. I would have called that moment my ‘epiphany’, but I was only six years old and didn’t know such a word as ‘epiphany’ existed. Instead, I confused it with a serious revelation. “Forget sketch books! Get a diary!” After writing in closed-doors for over a decade, I’ve realized I have absolutely no writing talent yet I can’t seem to put the pens down because – well, guess what? I have forgotten how to use a paintbrush.

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1 Response to "Thoughts Written, Poetry on Petals, Poetry on Canvas, Written Pages, Poetry on a Wall, Scattered Words, Poetic Thoughts, Once Written and Forgotten;"

I think you can write very well….So, I added you to my blogroll.
One more thing: Pick up that paintbrush again.Believe me its just that easy !

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