Day 7 #AtoZChallenge
Art and affirmative alliteration of Day 7. I hadn't talked much about this section of my challenge. The intention was to reach out to young girls and everyone who needed to hear some positive and empowering affirmations each day. Just a humble alliterative effort. I wish we could all inspire each other everyday, place a helping hand, a shoulder to rest for a while, embrace to overcome the each other's pain, ease with laughter and a extend a bit of company to one another. In short, empower one another.
All my art works of AtoZ challenge have been done in acrylic inks and coffee wash. Yes, you got that right. Coffee wash. The brown there is coffee.
Day 8 #Napowrimo
i sat on the ghat all evening
waiting for the lights to perform miracles
you wanted to come here before it was too late
it is too late now and finally we are here
i remember you wanted to see the million lights floating
the lamps on the Ganges and the lights on our eyes
i wanted to take you on that boat ride
while your fingers plucked a rhythm on the rippled waters
.......rest of the poem has been removed to facilitate for future submission. Thank you for visiting.
Do let me know your views. Thank you to everyone who helped me with their feedback on the font.
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What a gorgeously painted poem.
These are both so beautiful. Your talent abounds.
Beautiful art, beautiful poem. Thank you for sharing with so many in person as well as social media.
Fabulous, love your painting and poem.
Oh my God Deepa... Both the poem and your art... I have no words... This one left me with a lump in my throat. And these lines are just so so touching
"i shall wait here until the lights appear for a miracle
until this very ghat beckons you into its lap."
I don't know which is better. Your art or your poem. This piece of poetry is by far the best I've read.
What a beautiful piece of art and your writing is great too, Happy PPF on Saturday, Hazel xx
Your poem is beautiful Deepa, and I love your art piece!!! :)
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