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An Unsent Letter Written By A Girl




An Unsent Letter’ won BRONZE BATOM in 52nd edition of Blog-a-Ton.

This post has been published by me as a part of the Blog-a-Ton 52; the fifty-second edition of the online marathon of Bloggers; where we decide and we write. In association with Metro Diaries by "Namrata". To be part of the next edition, visit and start following Blog-a-Ton.

Unsent Letter by a Girl Who Was Gang RapedUnsent Letter by a Girl Who Was Gang Raped

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28 comments:

  1. Saravana, I love the idea to show the letter as images, but red font on bloody red paper template (to indicate the grotesqueness of the incident) is difficult to read. Can't make out a thing. :/

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    1. Thanks da. Glad you asked the question. A stabbed girl using her blood to write on a paper that flew to her from the road side. For sure, it will be dirty, and since she is using the blood to write, it spoiled the paper too. I can understand your frustration, that's the reason I added the text version of the same.

      Moving the text version to the top, hope people will like the idea and read the image, which will show the grotesqueness of the incident.

      Someone is Special

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  2. Intense piece! especially in the face of Nirbhaya and everything happening in India .... all the best for BAT. :-)

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  3. heart wrenching piece and that presentations brought everything in front of my eyes as if happening in front of me

    My Blogaton Post Letter of A Girl

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  4. The story behind the story is even more painful...(from your reply to Vinay) I was just going to ask you that..

    the story kind of tugs at your heart, and though you are mentally prepared for what is to come, it still punches you in the face.

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    1. Thank you so much. I'm glad you liked them both.

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  5. This is indeed a painful unsent letter. Those bastards should be sentenced to death.

    Vinayaka Vidhya

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  6. This is the most bitter heart wrenching fact and you have brought forward the pathos in a strong way. Speechless.

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  7. Really touching. Hope no one has to suffer this fate...

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    1. I wish the same. I wish all the people of India wishes the same.

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  8. Sarav,
    Re-reading this for the third time, I've read many posts from you on similar topics but this one would ascend them. You certainly creatively and thoughtfully weaved the use of blood stains on the paper. And the unfinished word is highly symbolic.
    For once I secretly hoped, this letter wouldn't be unsent.
    Good luck for BAT. =)

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    1. Prunzaye,

      This is the kind of comment which encourages the writer to explore more, and it more than winning the BAT Crown. Thanks, you made my day!

      As you said, the unfinished words are more painful in this letter. Think of the situation that the guy gets to read the letter, for sure he would go mute and mad. I, too, hope the same.

      Thanks again for stopping by!

      Sarav

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  9. That's an awful presentation which adds to the essence of the letter. A social curse well depicted in letter.

    All the best for BAT

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  10. Hmm...it is painful even to read it.

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  11. Reminded me of the Delhi rape case... one of the rapist a minor.. how cruel can a person get.. what happens to their soul.. there are so many whats and whys... it is really sad.

    Good work...All the best for BATOM

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  12. An unsent letter filled with some hard feelings about some painful events that put an end to her wishes...
    Also, this post had me moved *till I scrolled down to reach this comment section*
    Dunno what to say about such illicit and shameful events happening in this country :(

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  13. Your words create a gory and haunting image, and the background adds to it.

    Good work.

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  14. Painful!
    reading it tears rolled down my eyes literally.

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