Photograph ยฉ Yuhu Tama

Some call her crazy.

She talks to everything around her, from her blanket to her shoes. Her imagination assigns life to the inanimate world around her. All these objects speak to her, narrating their tales to the patient listener. And she loves their stories.

This girl wasn’t blessed with a great childhood. Her own story is one she doesn’t like to recall. Back then, she desperately hunted for a refuge and finally discovered it.

She found that the fragrance of a new book, carried her far, far away from the brutal reality that smiled at her menacingly. So she rejected reality and made friends with the characters in the novels, instead. Their story became her story. Turning into an inseparable part of her, they became her and she, them.

Stories were her real home. That’s where she lived. In a dimly lit room, she used to sit by a window, through which light dared to peep in, just enough to illuminate her and the treasure she held. She would then forget her pain and her own existence, as she let the words engulf her.

She lived in her world of dreams. She still does. I know this, because I am she.


Yuhu’s Corner:

I believe, all hope isn’t lost if you had a screwed up childhood. We can still findย  roses among those thorns.

P.S: The photograph is a part of the Photography: Developing Your Eye I challenge. Since I am a total amateur, I would appreciate if you can give me some feedback on the photograph. Thanks!


51 thoughts on “Home

          1. No. no.. you can see all others are commenting. Right? you can comment too. It might say that your comment is awaiting approval or something but you can just comment, i think.

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  1. Is this pics of yours hand? ๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜œ by the way very nice post really loved it the way you express your views ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜€

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  2. This piece of writing was so heartfelt. I loved every bit of it.. could relate to all the little connections with fantasy!

    There was a time when depression clouded me severely and all I had to speak to were the stuff in my room.. and as crazy as it may sound those conversations were meaningfully healing! ๐Ÿ˜„โœŒ


  3. July 3, 2012 at 8:01 pmYourรฏยปยฟ story and your channel gives me hope to stay fit and progress although my joints are not the best any more. I might see what I can learn from you… glute bridges to improve my deadlifts, I have seen ala0dry&#823e; (since I’m restricted in heavy squats). Again thanks.

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