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“Flowers used to bloom here” – Nayana Nair

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There is a wall of flowers before her.
She looks at it as if they are a softer kind of firework,
a firework in reverse,
the colors leaving the petals, crawling deep into itself,
leaving the color of the inevitable sad ending
that Nature always ends up falling for,
after a series of boys who lied to her about a forever
in their mellow green kisses.

A lesson on subtraction
for a girl trying to learn
about the reasons and the ways
a void like hers is created.

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Stories of wanderlust, adventure and occasional disaster.

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Thoughts from the Inner Mind

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Travel Stories and Other Adventures

treesshrubs's Blog

exploring expressing creating

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notes from the shed

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Exploring how we can live our lives with purpose and joy.

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Creative U

Stella

Stella

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on a Tamaki Hiroshi high