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  1. Ink invasion can be threatening but then again ink is needed to express the poem both literally and figuratively.

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  2. shambhavi31 says:

    Again a marvellous piece I must add! 😍😍

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    1. @BeingAmulya says:

      Thank you so much !! 😘🌸

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      1. shambhavi31 says:

        You’re welcome dear. 😊😊

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  3. Alex says:

    Touching poem!

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    1. @BeingAmulya says:

      Thank you Alex ! 😊

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  4. That’s really deep!!!

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  5. Wow…how hauntingly-beautiful…evidence of great depth and understanding of emotion…I am so impressed….thanks for sharing 🙂

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    1. @BeingAmulya says:

      Thank you so much for your lovely words. 🙂

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  6. sherin says:

    Hope you are all right, you seem like a happy person 🙂
    Sometimes sadness would find a way to enter us right?
    Writing it could surely help…

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    1. @BeingAmulya says:

      Yes writing surely does

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  7. Abhay says:

    When no body is there to share your agony, Pain finds a friend in Pen…

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    1. @BeingAmulya says:

      So true words Sir.

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  8. This poem expresses insight into painful experience. Sometimes we use our imagination to help others understand ideas and emotions that we are exploring in an abstract way. I hope this is the case for you, but if you are really feeling sorrow and pain, I hope it will pass soon and I know writing helps a lot.

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    1. @BeingAmulya says:

      Thank you Xavier.
      And yes writing helps a alot. These pen and papers are always there to listen us, when no one else is.

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