Let the Silence Rage — Rehaan Ranjan

Let the silence rage
“I know you want to keep me buried
I’ve been waking over every word you said;
What will you do when your world stops turning?
Do you really want to wake the Dead?”
~ Blessthefall – Wake the Dead
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Time and Living – Arushi Adwani

The picture depicts harmony between time and the living. The gears of a watch turn in sync– symbolising the satisfaction I aim to feel as I work, the sense of peace that comes with knowing you’re doing fine.

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Mixed Bag

Colourful 'Shades' - Srisoniya Subramoniam
Bakugo Katsuki - Himani Kumar
Spaceman - Tanisha Gambhir
Spectacle of Sand - Iniya Baskaran
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Experience – Katyani Jairath

We all ‘experience’, even a newborn has, but isn’t called experienced. If your past is your memory, are experiences your past? Everything I do adds onto my experience, everything I do limits my experience to that doing. When I feel general anxiety thinking about the future, then I remind myself of my experiences, the past. I take the general comfort that is offered and that comfort is depicted in this piece. When I’ll be 40, nothing new may come my way, nothing that’ll surprise me because I would’ve converted my past into experience. A pocket-sized past, pocket-sized experience with me to help me understand whatever is to come. I’ll explain the new through the old. I’ll look in the mirror and take even comfort into knowing that my marks and wrinkles are engraved experiences, that everything I’ve ever done has led me here; every breath, meal, all words I’ve spoken, the pen I chose to buy, the way I sat, the colours I put in this piece: all led me to this second and life wasn’t wasted.

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