The icon

The blog:

She and them is about the world from a female’s perspective.

The common belief about these blogs is that it is her against them (the world). But instead, it is her and everything else. Whether it is a piece of writing in first person or second, the female is the protagonist and therefore she becomes the center of (her) world.

She is somewhere stuck in her love for past, her struggles in the present and her formation of herself in the future. She longs to travel back in time of ink and pens, or typewriters. When life was far more simple than what it is now.

The icon:

She is somewhere stuck in her love for past, her struggles in the present and her formation of herself in the future. She longs to travel back in time of ink and pens, or typewriters. When life was far more simple than what it is now.

The punctuation in the icon are used in a way that it uncovers the story.

The inverted commas –
She is the narrator of the stories. be it about herself, some other person, or you.

The question mark-
When she is in doubt, she writes. So the intention & emotion with every piece of writing begins with an uncertainty of the turn of events in her life

The semi colon –
Writing helps her understand as the story unfolds within her. But everything is a continuous process, and so is life. Thus it doesn’t end, but it always connects events that have occurred in the past, the consequences and the new chapters in the future, may be.

The exclamation –
When one is on a quest of finding answers and starts connecting the story that they are a part of, there are moments of realization within themselves. She is no different from any of you.

The line –
Every word can be decoded as a valuable sentence. Thus, every emotion is a narration, a line, a sentence.

The three dots –
The story never ends…