Writing is a vulnerable process. Pulling your guard down and decorating all your thoughts on a store window rack in just 26 alphabets.
So on this poetry day I sincerely wish for all of us to be strong enough to break down that wall, dress up its evaporating contents on a glossy paper and rebuild the structure again. Then repeat.
And in the end be strong enough today and everyday to do it all over again.
Happy Poetry Day everyone!
and much love,
This scene is based on three famous pieces of art: ‘The Mona Lisa’ by Leonardo Da Vinci, ‘Scream’ by Edvard Munch, and ‘David’ by Michelangelo
“How many people do you think we’ll see tonight?” Edvard asked his friends.
“Oh, I dunno.” Mona responded. “Probably a ton-as usual.” She replied nonchalantly. She was accustomed to people looking at her.
“I think we’ll see a lot tonight. I’ll bet it’ll be a long night.” Edvard replied
“Hmmm, yeah.” Mona responded casually. She didn’t seem to be too interested in the people who’d be coming in to the museum to see them tonight. With her dark hair and beguiling smile, it was impossible not to be intrigued by her. Everyone just loved to stare at her and guess about who she was and why she smiled the way she did. She hated this.
“How many you estimate?” Edvard went on.
“Oh, I don’t…
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