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I wish…

I could lock myself in a room
And bleed in peace

than leave the door ajar
And toil in war…



Comments

Bikramjit said…
but then why give up on a fight.. I think its always a good feeling to bleed to death on the battle field then bleed alone ..

Take care

Bikram's
Nasnin Nasser said…
Reminds me of minimalism! Less words more effect:)
Saru Singhal said…
WOW, you are on a writing spree Stuti. Just read 'The Blue Tifin', just wanted to say, glad you are posting more often these days. One of the finest writers on blogosphere...:)
A grain of sand said…
@Bikram: You are right. But sometimes you feel the fight is not worth it. You have bled too much already...Thanks for dropping by :-)

@Nasnin: I like that effect and I am glad that you found that effect here:-)

@Saru: Your words mean so much to me. they really make me so glad. Thanks so much for your support and encouragement:-)
ajay said…
Melancholic. wistful. Painful. Beautiful.
Bikramjit said…
I know what you say , But then one shud not give up, Life is precious and we need to respect that ..

when one door closes another opens always .. Take my example always :)

Everything works out for good, may take time but it will work out for good ..
As beautifully written this piece is, it is melancholic. You should write something as blissful as you. ^__^
Kunal said…
Once in a while bleeding in peace is all we need to know that bleeding in peace only brings a peace for a while. The door which you left ajar is a symbol, that the life on the other side is still goin on. And life is to live. :-)
Pooja Verma said…
Why you no publish my comments!!!!
A grain of sand said…
@Bikram: Thanks a lot

@Anshul: :-). Thanks

@Ashok: bouts of depression.:-). Thanks for visiting again.

@Kunal: I like your interpretation. Thanks:-)

@Pooja: because you no write comments :-P:-D
Jenny said…
wow Stuti, beautiful words. I am loving your blog!
Irfanuddin said…
it happens at times....but again its not something that one should go for, rather stand up n face the things as they come....

Best wishes,
irfan.
stutidhyani.com said…
@Jenny: Thanks a lot!. Thanks for visiting here

@Irfanuddin: Thank you for your words:-).Thanks for visiting.
Rahul Bhatia said…
So well written again Stuti though with a sad note!
A grain of sand said…
Thank you Rahul Sir!:-)
Sourav said…
Minimalistic and pure art.
A grain of sand said…
THANK YOU Sourav! :-)
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Akshita Gupta said…
An intense story with a perfect choice of words woven well.
Great post!
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A grain of sand said…
Thanks for your comment dear :-)

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