I wish I could
Undo it all
Un-hear your voice
Un-see your face
Un-feel your touch
But do I really?
Something that we’ve all felt and wonderfully expressed, Zareenn. The final words are ones that may never be answered.
For readers to relate to my writing, that’s something I have always wanted. I’m glad it means something to you.
Very true, sometimes, most times it’s very ambiguous. But then again, we can never be sure about anything can we.
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True, plus I find that leaving things ambiguous leaves plenty of room for interpretation among readers or listeners (in the case of music). That opens up your composition to a broader audience.
It does. It can end however you want it to.
I build stories in my head all the time. If I would tell you, you would think I’m psycho.
I’m all ears! Do tell! 🙂
I think about all these random stories. Encounters with strangers, complete fictional characters born out of imagination and vivid stories of what happens and not. I could write a novel but I can’t seem to concentrate long enough.
You can write short stories and publish them on your blog. Then, you’d have a series of short stories that maybe you can publish as an anthology?
I guess I could. Just that I am used to writing sarcasm here. Not lovely dovey stories.
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It’s good to mix things up. You’re very good at what you write.
I will think about it.
I try very hard, haha.
Zareen! There’s more than sarcasm you can write! *-*
I loved this piece. I guess I’m not the only one to feel this way.
I’m happy you enjoyed it. That was the intention.
this is such amazing and beautiful words…
Thank you for such positive feedback 🙂
Ugh. Hit me straight in the feels with this one 😥
Also, WHEN DID YOUR BLOG GET A MAKEOVER?! *_*
It has been a while..
Ugh. I haven’t been stalking you (or anyone) enough of late. Chalo, now I gotta up my blog stalking game.
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