Monday, March 18, 2013

Fallen feather (55 fiction)









Fallen feather feels very low. It was once a part of a wing that helped the bird to fly. But now, it wishes it could die as it feels worthless, it sees no life’s purpose. Then came a poet, picked the fallen feather into his hands, gave it a new life, made it his pen.

another ending...

Fallen feather feels very low. It was once a part of a wing that helped the bird to fly. But now, it wishes it could die as it feels worthless, it sees no life’s purpose. Then came an artist, picked the fallen feather from the barren ground and added it to his new paintbrush set.

yet another ending...

Fallen feather feels very low. It was once a part of a wing that helped the bird to fly. But now, it wishes it could die as it feels worthless, it sees no life’s purpose. Then came a designer, picked up the fallen feather, added it to his creation which would have been otherwise incomplete.

yet another another ending (Suggested by Himandri Singha)

Fallen feather feels very low. It was once a part of a wing that helped the bird to fly. But now, it wishes it could die as it feels worthless, it sees no life’s purpose. Then came a player, picked up the fallen feather into his hands, glued it to the shuttlecock and played badminton.

Another version of fallen feather by Viveksheel Here

An artist can see beauty in ordinary things because he explores this world not just through his eyes but also through his heart. 



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Soumi Sarkar said...

You are a very creative person really. Another beautiful post.
P.S. I am becoming a fan of your work. :)

Ashitha said...

Excellent dear. Creativity is the word....
Loved the pictures. The Ocean blue nail polish speaks a lot in the combination of picture.
Definitely, one of you best :)

Panchali said...

Beautiful---a story of life and its cycles!! Lovely...Thoughts hit me and I have to put them down:))

adreamygal said...

Wow .. that was very creative! At first i thought it would be just another normal-feather-thought post, but by the end i fell in love with those highlighted words! That was amazing. And the clicks just added feathery touch to the beautiful thoughts! :)

Green Speck said...

Wow ... a beautiful story ... that's how an artist looks at the world !!!

Tarang Sinha said...

Very creative and interesting take...:)

Himadri Singha said...

yet another another ending....

Then came a player, picked up the fallen feather, added to the shuttlecock and played badminton !

Very well written :)

asteria's canvass said...

happy endings are the best,,,,arent they...:)

Saurabh Chawla said...

loved the 2nd ending :) and of course the final ending too :) lovely click :)

Sabyasachi Patra | Filming in Wild India said...

Very nice. In nature nothing goes waste. Keep on writing.

Mixi said...

A nice set!

Aunt Mary said...

Dear Valli, soooo beautiful post you create magic;)

Ritesh Agarwal said...

Okay, this was very nice and different....i never cared for a feather before...Now, you open my eyes :)

Saru Singhal said...

A beautiful post. Those who are creative would use it to enhance its beauty. A very creative post. I loved it.

Bushra said...

Beautiful meaningful post Valli dear:) The message u gave was awesome:)

Viveksheel said...

Hi Valli !! You inspired me to write a similar piece on fallen feather. Please read it at http://viveksheel-blog.blogspot.in/2013/03/fallen-feather-flying-high-55-fiction.html

Cheers !!
Vivek

Vishal Rathod said...

How can the imagination go this far . You are truly amazing Valli. Hats off...

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Deepak said...

Amazing endings :) 55 fictions have also been my favorite for saying too much in too less words :)

The Young Bigmouth said...

Hey, that's a good take and very creative too. Looking forward to what comes next :)

a Rat said...

very impressive.. Valli. :-)

Kitty said...

creative people do not find anything waste..
beautifully conveyed this through your writing! :)

Rahul Bhatia said...

Lovely creativity!Valli:)

zubin raja said...

wow.. such a soft feathers.. n elevated with softer words!! :)

Clicks by eyeblinks

Nilanjana Bose said...

That was just excellent! thanks...loved the three takes.

Namrata said...

U made the fallen feather more worthy and beautiful by adding words to it..lovely Valli...:)

Meenakshi Malhotra said...

Even fallen feathers are part of creativity.

Grace said...

Lovely thoughts ~ I like the metaphor of the feather, in the artist's eyes and hands, it is a beauty ~

Madhusudan Mahawar said...

Beautiful Lines!

Farida Rizwan said...

Great perception ..

Jyoti Mishra said...

many ways of saying many thins..
an awesome post.. loved the way you played with words

Ravikant said...

simply fabulous!

vaisakhi said...

i loved all the versions...:)...but i loved the badminton one the most...:D...

Abhishekwords said...

Beautiful!

N P said...

Nice post... :)

Malini said...

Amazing! Loved the first ending.

Parthasarathi prasanna venkatesh said...

Nice and simple

Uma Anandane said...

Beautiful! The poet, painter, designer, player and all creative people are those who knew how to see and make things beautiful

Rajesh said...

Very nice.

pranjal kamra said...

Some are good at writing, some are good at designing, interestingly and amazingly...you are just fantastic at both.....the pics, combined with the soft poetic words.....backed by the soulful instrumentals just rolls itself into one unforgettable combination, I too blog on social issues, shades of human personality and emotions......trying to learn from u ....plz guide me a bit in my efforts ....I will be really indebted ...my blog is http://creatingconcern.blogspot.in/

Tanmaya Kharyal said...

This is a beautiful post !! Very creative :) Keep up the good work .

Panchali said...

aha...so beautifully penned, Valli!:)

Satya Rekha Ramaswamy said...

U hv amazingly portrayed that beauty lies in the eyes of beholder... And happy to see that u r exploring other areas too... apart from poetry which is ur forte!

shivani said...

Oh so lovely and so inspiring. Where we're u all this while!! So glad I got to meet u. :)

winds of time said...

wah wah !!! kya baat hai

Sri Valli said...

Thanks for the read everyone :)

Meghna said...

You have a very interesting blog. And beautifully expressed thoughts! Keep writing! :)

Meghna
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vanderloost said...

Very creative

Slaith said...

Its quite creative how you show the feather's destinies, each of them brilliant

Ayushee Ghoshal said...

Wonderful :) Creativity at its best :)

Sonia said...

Amazing :)

rangelz said...

Loved your blog. It is pretty and your thoughts are just mindblowing :)

Amrit Sinha said...

Loved it :-)

The Unsure Ascetic said...

fabulous writing!

Satish Kumar said...

Awsome! Very motivational reading. Thanks for sharing.
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sunaina sharma said...

this is a beautiful thought.....my son picks up fallen feathers almost everyday from outside. They become his toys, his keepsakes, his treasures. I love the lyrical quality of your prose.....

Binod Mairta said...

very well conceptualized and written.

Satish Kumar said...

Fallen feather feels very low. It was once a part of a wing that helped the bird to fly. But now, it wishes it could die as it feels worthless, it sees no life's purpose. Then came a father, picked up the fallen feather into his hands, gave it to his child which filled it with amusement.

 

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