pencil.scratches

India

Barely human. I forget to breathe and live sometimes.

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I've always felt that a complete stranger can connect to your work so much better than the closest to your heart. Please read through my pieces and let me know how you feel! I would love to hear from you guys!

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pencil.scratches (India) published:

Diaphanous

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My hands were bleeding,
But they didn't care,
As I bent alone,
To pick up your pieces to try and put you back together.
But no one told me that when glass breaks the chipped parts will never heal,
Because those broken bits flee and hide in the darkness.
And everyone told me that while trying to piece you together, 
Your colors would fade,
That you wouldn't want to show yourself, cracks and all.
But they didn't see that they...

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pencil.scratches (India) published:

A Scenery

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Far Outside:
Snow. Pearly white, leisurely edging to ivory. Winds blowing across the street like whiplash. Icicles dripping from
ou-my, yes, my awning, like sugar drops on a birthday cake.
Outside:
A blazing fire, a steaming mug of hot chocolate with tiny little marshmallows floating like icebergs on the coffee table, a well-thumbed classic in my hand, as I lean against the back of the sofa where we'd have sat together, last winter.
Far Outside:
You, across the street...
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pencil.scratches (India) published:

An Apology

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Mamma, I only went out for ten minutes,
I wanted to go next door to play,
I shut the door and I shut the gate,
And double-checked like you always say.

Mamma, I went out he stopped me,
That driver uncle from two houses away,
He gave me a chocolate,
And asked me if I wanted to go for a 'ride' today.

Mamma, I know I should have refused,
But I was only seven that time,
And my naive, innocent...

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pencil.scratches (India) published:

Childhood

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Cornflakes first,
Or milk,
Makes a great difference,
In our friendship.

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