Dec 18, 2009

Queer


She swayed her brush and splashed black paint one way and bleakly swished it again splatting red paint in the other direction and voila she created a masterpiece.

No, something was off. Very queerly it was far from perfection, but it was perfect with all its imperfections.

It was far from a masterpiece, but with its spots and trails and unformed shapes it was a sign, that something was nearing completeness.

She mixed in words, some music, her love and pieces of her life and the creation began to take form, deciphering itself to the world.

It seemed nonrhythmic yet beautiful, distorted yet obvious, it was destructive harmony.

Unconditionally she hiccuped and smiled a while, she swished the brush again and fashioned imagination into creation.

A story in 6 sentences :)
for Three Word Wednesday

12 Read and Said:

s3ayA said...

beautifully written... i luv ur expression... freakly sw3t

gautami tripathy said...

I think I understand her...

ode to percy bisque silley

psychedchick said...

I love the picture that goes with this post and totally loved the image that you potrayed through your words :)

ThomG said...

A great, fun read that had you pondering. I like it.

Raj said...

its your own creation. to you it has to be beautiful. mostly because its yours.

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xnb11 said...

she has done it so aws0mely!! This was her masterpiece to me!!
And loved the pic to core!
Cheers

Tumblewords: said...

Two pictures - both in color, one in words. Nice work!

Haris Gulzar said...

How beautifully expressed and written. What comes from heart is always perfect.

I read your post on Life or something like it blog but couldn't comment on it...

Americanising Desi said...

thank you Haris :)
wonder what you thought of it!

Americanising Desi said...

and to all those commented. thank you so much!
i am a little too tied up with 100 responsibilities, i will make it up once i am free!

Jack said...

A D,

Read all pending posts. Engrossing. Seems child made her presence felt the way a child should.

Take care

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