Let’s sit somewhere idly and watch the world go by. Let’s wave at the little school girl across the street. Let’s not look at the scary smoking guy wearing an old torn pair of jeans. Let’s smile at the dog near our feet. Let’s point fingers at the tall skyscrapers and at the plants in their balconies. Let’s look up at the sky as a flock of birds return to their home in the trees. Let’s talk about the weather and the chilly evening breeze. Let’s just sit together. Holding hands. Doing absolutely nothing.
A rustic wooden door,
An old forgotten home with broken walls and bricks,
Dried lifeless plants turned crispy and brown in broken pots.
Does anyone live inside?
It looks like it,
There’s a broomstick outside.
Probably, an old woman?
Probably, a family with too many mouths to feed?
Probably, a man who waited too long for his loved one to drop by?
Probably, a recluse content within himself?
What is the story,
Behind this mysterious attractive door.
It doesn’t matter if the night is dark
When there are vintage lanterns,
To light up the streets.
If you often find yourself lost in thoughts
Let them all be flowery.
Why give room to the dark and dreary.
Day 31 Inktober – Crawl
Crawling through 2020,
Inktober drawings saved each day,
And I guess I snailed it.
*End of Inktober 2020*
Day 26 Inktober – Hide
Cozy up under warm sheets with a hot cup of tea and lose yourself in a favourite book of choice.
Always love hiding behind books.
Day 24 Inktober – Dig
The mole put on his miner’s hat
To dig some coal
So he could eat warm worms in the cold.
Day 23 Inktober – Rip
Ripping the RIP apart!
They decided to decorate their lawn as a graveyard for Halloween. Little did they know that the skeleton lying underneath the RIP grave would rip it apart and haunt their night.
Day 20 Inktober – Coral
Away from the roar of crashing waves lies the calm and vibrant coral reef.
Beauty is not always on the surface, sometimes it is beneath it.
Day 19 Inktober – Dizzy
Life can get overwhelming it can make you dizzy but even the most complex diagrams are just a set of simple geometrical patterns. Take one line at a time, one day at a time.