The Art of Making Mistakes

I wanted to paint.

It looked good when I started.

But now, it doesn’t.



Did I write a haiku?

65 thoughts on “The Art of Making Mistakes

      1. Haiku precisely is like ,
        1st line 5 syllables
        2nd line 7
        Last line 5 ..

        Something like that
        But that’s next level perfection ๐Ÿ˜…

        I like your Artwork anyway..
        Keep working on whatever you feel comfortable with โœŒ ๐Ÿ™‚

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      2. I looked up online before I wrote those three lines and it said the same thing. I somehow managed to get the sequence right. I’m still laughing about it because I did it forcefully.
        I actually don’t paint because I’m bad at it. I draw with my pencil because that’s way better than this.
        Thank you so much for liking my painting!

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  1. Sometimes people write for its type of verse , sometimes people write and wander which type of verse that is and sometimes people write and and the verse makes itself. It’s not a haiku but yeah I liked your artwork๐Ÿ˜‰

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  2. It happened in many cases.. When I buy dresses for me.. I love those dresses too much.. After few days.. I don’t feel those are good… Actually the way we visualize is developing but the things we plotted or bought become fixed…

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  3. Good work. I think if you sprinkled white paint with a tooth brush you would have got better effect.
    Thanks for following. I look forward to seeing your work.
    Regards Dessert flower โœŒ

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    1. I actually don’t paint. But I sketch better. Well, I think so!
      I include drawings in most of my posts. You may have a look at it.
      I like your drawings. I’m glad that I found your blog.
      Thank you so much.

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      1. Oh thats nice! I would love to see your drawings too! I will definitely go and check them!
        Well, thanks for supporting my work! It means a lot to me.

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