Thursday, 27 October 2016

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SILVERY FLAKES FELL ON HER FACE AS A TEAR DROPPED. SHE LOOKED ELEGANT UNDER THE ORANGE LIGHTS OF THE NORTHERN SKY.
SHE WONDERED WHY THE SKY WAS THE SAME SINCE SHE WAS A CHILD AND WHY EVERYTHING ELSE WAS CHANGING IT'S PACE AS IF TIME WERE AGAINST EVERYTHING THAT MADE HER HAPPY. 
THE LAST TIME SHE CAME TO SEE THE LIGHTS WITH HER AGING FATHER, HE HAD A CHILD LIKE GRIN ON HIS FACE WHICH MADE HER HEART ACHE IN BOTH PAIN AND AN OVERWHELMING JOY WHICH SHE DOUBTED SHE WOULD HAVE THE LUCK TO FEEL AGAIN.                                            
                                           -SRITEJA KRISHNA

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EVERY OTHER DAY WE COME ACROSS CERTAIN THINGS WHICH ARE STRIKING, 
THE THINGS WHICH SHINE WAY MORE THAN WHAT THEY VALUE. BUT IT’S NOT VERY OFTEN THAT WE QUESTION THIS STRIKING BEAUTY OF THEIRS. MOST OF THE TIME WE DON’T EVEN NOTICE WHAT THE REAL REASON BEHIND THEIR GRANDEUR IS. MAYBE WHAT WE SEE OR HEAR HAVE AS MUCH WORTH FROM INSIDE AS MUCH AS THEY HAVE FROM THE OUTSIDE, BUT WHAT MADE US TRUST THE BEAUTY OF SOMETHING THAT WE HADN’T KNOWN UNTIL YESTERDAY, AND TODAY, WHEN IT STOOD IN FRONT OF US, IT’S GRACE WAS ALL WE COULD SEE AND NOT THE SCARS BEHIND IT’S BLINDING GLOW?