even crayons bleed

even crayons bleed

A Chapter by Ana Papaya
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‪even crayons bleed‬
in violent scribbles and sharp colours‬ 
‪a release of feelings    ‬ 
       ‪that can never be put into words‬ 
‪and that no one will understand

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© 2020 Ana Papaya


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We can feel so misunderstood in our scribbling sometimes -- light for dark, dark for light ...

Posted 2 Years Ago


Ana Papaya

2 Years Ago

thank you Lyn, really appreciate all the reads :)
i like the last line that no one can understand sometimes even in a group, we tend to be alone because we are afraid that no one can understand... -

Posted 3 Years Ago


Ana Papaya

3 Years Ago

yes, it is true and then we find that there are people who do. thank you so much sette
sette

3 Years Ago

no problem
The title drew me in...really innovative how you used this metaphor...art is always like a vent out for me..be it poetry or painting or any other thing. Venting out your feelings makes it beautiful...the only way you canmake the reader feel the emotion is if you felt it too while you wrote that...I really like this poem! Cheers!

Posted 4 Years Ago


Ana Papaya

4 Years Ago

Thank you, MFD. For reading and commenting. I agree with you, it is a good release. Cheers!
I pictured one of my own childhood drawings...I could never color inside the lines, so it fits.

I wonder what it would look like if we tried to draw our feelings in crayon now



Posted 4 Years Ago


Ana Papaya

4 Years Ago

Mine would still be a mess. :)
James

4 Years Ago

mine too, pretty sure.
You paint the picture so eloquently :)

Posted 4 Years Ago


Ana Papaya

4 Years Ago

Thanks Hebe!
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Makes the best kind of art Ana!
Starz x

Posted 4 Years Ago


Ana Papaya

4 Years Ago

Yeah, it kinda does I think. Thanks Starz! :)
I love this Ana. I was always terrible at drawing, but more so with crayons. I thought they were just too bright and glaring and child like and that I could never get it to look like a proper picture. My hands couldn't draw what my mind saw, which made me question if we ever see the same thing when looking at something or someone, which leads to thinking "do they hear what I say", "Know what I know and listen when they do hear."
Except you say it much more succinctly than I :)


Posted 4 Years Ago


Lorry

4 Years Ago

I'm happy you're happy :)
Ana Papaya

4 Years Ago

Hope you're happy too. :)
Lorry

4 Years Ago

Yay, we're all happy. (doing a happy dance) :)
and they cross the lines even when we try to paint our lives by number...

love it.

j.

Posted 4 Years Ago


Ana Papaya

4 Years Ago

Yes, that too. Thanks J.
You are right my friend. The words left the reader with something to think about. Thank you Ana for sharing the amazing poetry.
Coyote

Posted 4 Years Ago


Ana Papaya

4 Years Ago

Thanks Coyote, I'm happy you always pop in to read me.
Coyote Poetry

4 Years Ago

Was my pleasure and you are welcome dear Ana.
I think your words here, written in violent and vibrant colors are what i tried to write once with melted, bleeding crayons.. but all i could write was not even as good as gobbldygook, and definitely not as coherent as your poem here Papaya... crayola has an infinite variety of colors and you are right, not one of them can understand what we have written with them, yet alone be understood by those who read... sometimes our words are just for us as our crayon bleed just for us as well...

your writing of late has been brilliantly melancholy, but wonderfully done...

redzone

Posted 4 Years Ago


Ana Papaya

4 Years Ago

Orange, Pineapple, Mango
redzone

4 Years Ago

Whoa... you must really be meloncholy... okay, orange pineapple, mango and if it helps, even do a .. read more
redzone

4 Years Ago

Nevrr mind probably make you cry... lol

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