Monthly Archives: May 2015

Stay Strong!

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     Maybe crying is just an indicator that you are growing stronger. Maybe the number of tears that you shed is directly proportional to the degree of growth in your strength. Maybe your resilience; your ability to recover quickly from your distress, is a clear corroboration to it. Never give up! 😉

– Suri

Dog Days!

Hello folks!

Today, I’m about to add a new page/tab to my site called “Dog Days”. On this page, I shall be sharing stories of my dog, Sweety (who, unfortunately, had departed from me some two years back). So, it’s going to be kind of an homage to her, as well as reminiscence of those good old days. Like, arousing the feelings of nostalgia! :’)

I usually don’t speak about her to anybody. Reason being, the thoughts then start nagging me. And they ask for complete and constant attention. Thoughts about, how wonderful were my days with her and all. Initially, it all goes well. But then, the thoughts that she’s no more with me, pulls me down. To the extent that it leaves me with no enthusiasm to participate in life and in day to day activities. I’ve spoken about her (Sweety) only to a couple of my close friends. So other than that, it’ll be the first time that I’m going to talk upon this so openly and will try to break-free from the small part of the shell that is covering me. I’m sure, it’s gonna be a heavenly experience, along with such awesome followers as you guys! Looking forward to it! 🙂 Starting next week, I’ll be posting here every other Saturday. Hope you’ll enjoy it!

Here’s her picture:

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Hope you guys will hang on till the end. I take this moment to Thank You all for the support that you’ve been showing me till date! Thanks a ton! 🙂

P.S.: The idea of coming up with the title, “Dog Days” is entirely a coincidence to the fact that these are indeed dog days! 😛 (For those unaware of this term, dog days refers to the hottest days of summer of the year). Here, in the coastal regions of India, it feels as though I myself am actually frying in a pan!!

– Suri

“Soham”

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Made this for a friend, Soham, who is ‘almost’ a professional photographer! 😉

Paper used: 8.1/4″ x 11.1/2″ Sketch Pad of 120 GSM.

Colours used: Watercolor pencils, Plastic crayons, Chisel marker.

Share your views, fellow bloggers! 😉

– Suri

The Favourite Word, ‘Nostalgic’!

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     Then comes the intensive longing for the past. Wherein you actually have to ask yourself, “Is this what they call ‘nostalgia’? Really? But, isn’t it supposed to be soothing? Isn’t it supposed to bring a big smile on my face? Then why is it breaking me down??” Perhaps, I’ll never find the answer to it. But yes, nostalgia is both placid and turbulent at the same time. And I don’t even know how is that possible?!

– Suri

Saviour.

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     When an empathy is mistaken as an act of selfish deed. When people misunderstand a genuine concern to be an intrusive act. When there’s no one to share my dilemma with. When the chaos in my mind never stop wrangling. I choose to write. As an escape from the turmoil. *wink*

– Suri

“Surabhi” #2

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So, here is another Typography of my name which I made back in 2013! 🙂 The girl in my sketch is ‘Cora’ from the movie ‘Astroboy’.. The reason why I drew her is that, I was way too much fascinated by her hair. Isn’t it cool guys? 😉

Sorry for the bad picture clarity 😛

Paper used: A-4 size. About 100 GSM.

Colours used: Plastic Crayons, Pencil-colours and Chisel marker.

Share your views, fellow bloggers! 😀

– Suri

Bottled-up Emotions

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     At times, she wonders how people manage to keep their feelings all bottled-up. Just the other day, that guy was mourning. Today he’s far better. Healed, apparently. She stands there, still, in the midst of a busy pavement; awestruck by this sudden thought. Later she realizes, she’s one of them.

– Suri

“X-F classmates”

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Made this some 3 years back. It consists of the names of all my classmates, back in school.

Paper used: A-4 size. About 100 GSM.

Pen used: Faber-Castell marker and Chisel marker.

Feel free to share your views, folks! 🙂

– Suri