“Sometimes people are beautiful,
Not in looks (may be!)
Not in what they say (may be!)
Not in what they are (may be!)
Just in what they write <3”
Are we really capable of forming definitions? Yes! Sure, are you? Can you define any object or… any person? No, right? Ohh… I am puzzling you again with the thoughts but getting the answers to self-made puzzles is just beyond any definition. Once we get the answer, we can define it but what we actually feel, we don’t because we cannot. After all, certain things need to be left in the way they are… I hope that you all agree to my puzzling interpretations as sometimes people (or a person) are (is) beautiful just in what they (she/he) writes!
Different people have distinct connotations, so… what’s yours? Can you define now?? Still not?!!
Great writers, poets, and thinkers compare people with nature’s gifts, fruits, spices, weather, time, rivers, oceans, etc. They try to link the emotions and behaviour, i.e, natural reactions of humans to natural things.
I know, I am a newbie writer but still I want to add to this list of comparisons if you want to know and define a person then sit and go back to the old memories, old talks, old experiences, a person might like to receive written words in return and if at all you don’t want to go with words then things connected to these wordly links can make that person happy (but surely not a dictionary :P)!
If I take a small example, suppose a person is washing utensils while removing the soap particles from it, you might choose to wash either from outside to inside or inside out. If you choose inside out, then that person might like to remove the dirt first from inside and then from outside. Or washing outside dirt first and then inside can also be chosen. This all depends on how a person looks towards things. It’s all inside out, whatever you are from inside it will be automatically reflected outside as well.
Again started thinking??
Sit and relax, you’ll definitely get your definition!!