When You Break a Writer's Heart

When You Break a Writer's Heart

A Poem by Rashi Jain
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Dedicated to all Writers 💕

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Not blood but words bleed from a Writer's heart,
When it is torn and left without bandages.
The Ink keeps falling on the sheets full of you,
But don't worry, there's ​no name.
The world will never know, it was you.
And that is what she wants.
But everyone will know, there exists someone like you,
And that is what she aims.
For the words written in agony force them
to dive into the light so true.
And the scars heal,
But the pages only turn yellow.
They​ never die.
And so do you,
because of her.

You will regret.
And you will never know why.
And that is the power,
That resides in her agony.
That even if no one will understand,
She will make the world cry.
Because,
You broke a writer's heart.
And her heart is what Everyone loves to read.


© 2017 Rashi Jain



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Rashi Jain
This Seventeen year old Poet Awaits your feedback 💕

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We often read about heartbreak from those mercilessly dumped by the “one” and left for dead on the side of the proverbial highway of love. These stories/poems seem to be everywhere; there's no lack of verbiage surrounding the disappointments of having your heart broken. I also found your write heart-rending, yet interesting, in your perspective of the subject matter! Good write …. :-)

Posted 10 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Rashi Jain

10 Months Ago

Thank-you 💕❤



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I loved this. Got me smiling at the end because it's so true. I always think of karma whenever someone leaves the site because a reviewer broke their writing heart. Anyways, great write. Nice structure, too.

Posted 2 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Rashi Jain

4 Weeks Ago

Thank-you 💕
Emotions turn to bow and words to arrow. Nice way to squash it all out.

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Rashi Jain

5 Months Ago

Yeah ♥ Absolutely.
This is excellent, Rashi. Painful to read due to personal experience, but almost cathartic in a sense. You speak truths here that only us artists can relate to. Those who tear the heart from its seams live forever in our work, long after they've died from our daily routines.

This was awesome to me. Great job, Rashi.

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Rashi Jain

5 Months Ago

Your comment made my day. Thankyou,♥
Asante

5 Months Ago

My pleasure. ♥
Keep up the good, honest writing.
very Nice and true , love the metaphor u used ..
thank you very much for sharing...

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Rashi Jain

5 Months Ago

Thank-you,im glad☯❣
Uday Bhasuthker

5 Months Ago

Most welcome Rashi
Uday Bhasuthker

5 Months Ago

Most welcome Rashi
Well.....i can certainly relate to this write, as can most of us here.

You wrote it truly; we do bleed words on the page us writers and poets. And our gift allows us to tell of our sorrow or our happiness in an eloquent way that mere mortals without the power of the quill cannot possibly fathom.

And as i have discovered, a broken heart is traumatic for the soul but a blessed muse for the poet. For words pour forth endlessly under its throes.

A nice, concisely written piece of work. Well Done.

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Rashi Jain

5 Months Ago

Thank-you so much ☯♥
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SKY
Rashi you said so much in just few lines. Yes when you broke a writers heart its bleeds and it bleeds words rather than blood. I am the live the example of this case. When she broke my heart, I started writing and now everyone loves to read those words. Strange yet true.

Posted 6 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

SKY

6 Months Ago

lol no friend. I just loved that girl madly and that's what I know.
Rashi Jain

6 Months Ago

God bless you, Friend. Have a beautiful life❤
SKY

6 Months Ago

Thanks friend and wish 🌠 you the same. Keep smiling :)
This is pain captured on paper.
Which is not an easy thing to do.
Fragile love, hurt, separation.
The writer pens it all.
All except the name who has now been banished.


Posted 6 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Rashi Jain

6 Months Ago

Yes. 🌹❤ Thank-you for leaving your comment on my poem 💕
A little eviscerating at the start, kind of gave me chills (torn heart reference). But 'words bleed' reminded me of my previous self, when I used to use the same phrases. This poetry is powerful as many others have mentioned; the aestheticity also lies in the way you have assembled the ideas (pages only turn yellow, power residing in her agony, and some other references too). I do not usually talk about the essence but mainly about the structure and basic elements that sets up a poem. And I will have to say this was a good penning from the framework of imagery. Keep it up.

Posted 7 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Rashi Jain

6 Months Ago

Thank-you ❤💕
so broken like what I am. I saw myself in this poem. one co writer told me, you could only write good poems or should I say great ones if you are the happiest man in the world or much when you are the most broken that like what you wrote "words bleed from a writer's heart" and that "ink is falling on sheets full of you" keep on writing Miss seventeen year-old poet ^^

Posted 8 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Rashi Jain

8 Months Ago

Thank-you so much 💜

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