In Memory Of Her Skin

under her skin dreams were breathing
Several dreams went astray
she drove too fast with tragic consequences
she tasted her tears
under her skin hope alive
she couldn’t buried lie
nor she could live with the truth
By her reckoning time still owe her

she has got a reason now to bury her fear alive
time will Just give her something to get rid of fear
under her skin..
a ripple of fear passed through her
she drifted away to a place
her eyes twinkled with merriment
like the twinkle of stars in the distance
mirth among the faces
the lights filled the room
and warmed her skin

her face was a poignant reminder of the passing of time
She managed to gasp out her soul
it seemed, she had great zest for life
the life was intended to whet her appetite
she danced with the zest of life
she’s trying to hit the wall
the cold concrete cuts against her back
she found her spirit spills with blood onto the pavement
she was startled by her question
the tide had erased the footprints
she looked startled
she managed to carry live life without spilling a drop
she looked at herself in the broken mirror until the dark images erase
an eye was trying to see internal bruising
a fear repeat refrain memories remain
she shuts her eyes
the candles shed a soft glow on her face
pleading eyes..
she shed no tears
she pleaded with time not to go
shed her fear onto the floor like trees that shed their leaves in autumn
All she can do now is wait and hope
she’s one of life’s great survivors
who deals very well with difficult situations!

In Memory Of Her Skin

Ushna Sardar

Joined January 2008

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pauldrobertson thanks for this image!

In Memory Of Her Skin its beautiful Paul!!

an important motivational factor!!!
thats what motivated me to write this one! read this .. Paul says …

“This piece is important to me in several ways. The model is a good friend of mine, a very beautiful but sad girl – I wanted to hold the moment of her, distill its essence – light and melancholia, the illusion of peace.
This piece is important to me in several ways. The model is a good friend of mine, a very beautiful but sad girl – I wanted to hold the moment of her, distill its essence – light and melancholia, the illusion of peace She had cancer, through which I am proud to say I was able to help her.
She has been in remission for many years now. At the time of this piece she was still suffering from the effects of her radio-therapy. She has had wodnerful successes and achievements since then, and her beauty shines with health; and with the sweetness that fills her heart.”

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