“Where words fail to speak.
It takes form of a writing.
Writing, a struggle against silence.
And its in poetry.
It’s the most beautiful thing that can ever happen.”
I never imagined that I could write so much until I found myself alone in my room with a pen in my hand and a blank sheet of paper in front of me.
I never had any idea about my mind which stored so many thoughts that they tangled among themselves, waiting to be freed, waiting to get unraveled, waiting to be penned down on a paper.
I am not a poet, I am just an ordinary girl, with a mind full of things I am unable to express in speech. Therefore I let my pen speak for me.
I hope you will like this Poetry & Articles compilation “Unspoken Words”
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