Just a random passionately opinionated girl who arranges words and letters in her own way and calls it art.



  1. Abhishek · November 23, 2016

    Hi there.

    Came across this blog after coming across one of your tweets on Twitter, and subsequently going through your bio. Your writing has that deeply melancholic undertone to it,something one might feel while looking up to see a star strewn sky on top of a hill in the middle of nowhere. Peppered with a dash of sarcasm here and a little bit of hope there.

    Of the writings I meandered through, these 4 lines made me stop dead in my tracks for quite a while, because it resonated with a lot of what I have been going through, of late:

    And I’d tell you the truth, if I was sure I knew it,

    I’d give you the answers, if I knew what they were.

    I’d tell you my tale, if I knew how to spin it,

    I’d open my soul, if I hadn’t lost the key.

    Don’t stop writing, please. May your proverbial pen never run out of ink. Ink, waiitng to be sculpted into beautiful words, chiselled by your worldviews and opinions, and decked up by your personality.

    -Now a follower

    Liked by 1 person

    • wannabejannati · November 29, 2016

      Thank you! This is such a heartwarming comment. As someone who thinks one of the wonders of reading things is the ability to relate to something someone far away wrote, you can’t imagine how happy I am to find someone relating to my specific arrangement of words and letters. I’m honored.


  2. Abhishek · December 13, 2016

    For some painful moments that lasted an eternity. it didn’t feel like I was finding meanings in your words. It felt like I was staring into a mirror, and the thing staring back at me was my own dejected, depressed creation. Myself. So relatable.

    I recognize quality when I see one. You have ample amounts of those. I THANK you.

    As always, keep writing.


    Liked by 1 person

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