Monday, July 7, 2014

Thoughts and Words...


After many years of solitude and hiding away from things that meant so much to her, today again she took her pen and notebook which was left abandoned to be dusted off in some lonely corner of her room. Turning the pages of the old book, she noticed her own beautiful handwriting depicting emotions and moments of everyday life from her past. The sight of her own wiring gave her the sorted inspiration to scribble down again.

Taking a fresh faded page, keeping her pen on top, she stared at the blank space waiting to be filled with the words oozing out of her thoughts.





But… like the once dusted book, her thoughts also seemed to have dusted off, leaving her back in the solitude zone… once again. 



14 comments :

  1. I love that feeling we get when by chance we stumble upon something that was written and forgotten. Its such a lovely feeling to go back to being the old you and then wonder how much you have changed with the times... :)

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  2. But her thoughts put in black and white , she has etched them forever leaving her mind free for more thoughts to fill in.

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  3. I hope she managed to recapture the joy of writing her thoughts and feelings once again. Nothing like it. Nice post.

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  4. Sounds like a classic case of writer's block. Writing is so solitary yet so rewarding. ☺

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  5. Oh... they will come back eventually, and when they come, it would be impossible to stop the deluge :)

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  6. I'm sure they will come back to her!! :)
    Lovely description of writer's block!!

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  7. I hope she writes. I hope the thoughts eventually make her write.

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  8. Writer's Block! Happens to all of us I guess. Very well described.

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  9. I just hope she overcomes the block. I really do. Talent like that should not be wasted. You have captured her feelings so well!

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  10. I'm sure the thoughts will flow and she will write beautifully again. A very melancholy feel to this write dear!

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  11. Putting down our feelings immortalizes them, happy writing.

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  12. The last line is so beautifully done, Sheethal! I love the sentiment expressed here...words struggling to come out but perhaps not yet fully formed in the writer's consciousness. Very well done!

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