The fault in their Stars⭐

Who is perfect?
Neither she nor he.
She with a thyroid cancer,
and he with an osteosarcoma.

She had stars behind each eyelid,
dark black eyes, just like a black hole,
absorbing everything,
in the edge of her eye-shadow.

When he stared into her eyes,
she was staring back.
The two black holes collide,
merged,
And the choice was made.

Now, it was the beginning of their universe,
which was expanding fast enough,
Of wishes, cast on shooting stars,
And the whole Galaxy in their souls.

He was the soul of her universe,
And she was like a fixed star.
He said;
I know the sun will swallow,
The only Earth we will ever have,
I’m in love with you,
and some infinities are bigger than infinities.

They knew,
There will be no forever.
They decided,
If he and she became stars,
will create their own constellation.
Long after if they are gone,
with their love story,
spelled out in star dust.
It was only…
He and she,
and their Galaxy.

She was a brand new solar system now,
with constellation ever-changing.
He shrunked his universe within his arm,
They collide,
As stars in Galaxy far away,
Chaotic, devastating and beautifully,
in every single way.

It’s a metaphor,
you see…
You put the killing thing,
right between your teeth but,
you don’t give it the power,
to do it’s killing.

But who knew?
That’s the thing about pain,
It demands to be felt.
The universe wants to be noticed now.

The strong arms,
that was holding her inner stars grew cold.
You might wonder what it happened?
The two bodies burning brightly together,
One fade out into the universe.
Her life became heavier,
Because her universe was condensed.

What a way to be remembered?
What a legacy to behold?
He left, leaving her behind.
She lied on ground looking at sky,
May be their was a fault in their Stars.
She said, if you are okay?
Then I will be okay too.

Anushk@

P.s- This poem is inspired by a novel Fault in our stars by John Green. This is one of my favorite novel and this is something I won’t be ever able to get over it. Sometimes you read a book and it fills you with this weird zeal and you become convinced that the shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living humans read this book. This is what I felt.
It’s a beautiful love story of a 16 year old girl Hazel and a 17 year old boy Augustus. Hazel was suffering from a thyroid cancer and Augustus was suffering from osteosarcoma( a form of bone cancer).

I have tried telling you the story in form of a poem. This is kind of story, in which you will fall in love with the characters, the story will tell you how to love somebody in an unconditional way with all the flaws and never expecting life to be perfect. The two were walking hand in hand on the death path surviving all the heartbreaking events, enjoying life till they are alive, but who knew universe had something else in store. Augustus died before, leaving Hazel behind. She used to fear Oblivion, thinking all the pacts they made of loving each other. She said to Augustus, before the day of his death, you gave me forever within the numbered days and I am grateful. Maybe this okay will be our always.The novel concludes with Hazel reading Augustus’s words. He says getting hurt in this world is inevitable, but we do get to choose who we allow to hurt us, and that he his happy with his choice. He hopes she likes her choice too. The final words of the novel come from Hazel, who says she does. This is a story which will make you cry. I bet. But most importantly, will teach you how to love.

Happy reading 😊❣️Do take care of yourself 🤗💙 and don’t forget to smile…💕

Published by Anushk@

Learning new everyday..!!

103 thoughts on “The fault in their Stars⭐

    1. Thank you so much Rishika. Indeed! This book is still my favorite. I’ve never been into reading love stories but this one!! It was something different. The separation at the end and how it makes you realize what the true love is.

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  1. Anushk@ the way you are getting better in with every blogs of yours .
    I am sure the impact, effects and connection these blogs of yours are making with my brain or my head I can clearly say (infact most of your readers too ) “your blogs are hazel grace to my augustus waters head”…

    And the connection described as
    Augustus (the head)- okay ? Hazel grace
    Hazel grace(the blogs)- okay.

    Don’t forget to smile 😊 (3/3)

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    1. Oh my God🙈🤩…I am on ninth cloud right now….after seeing your comment..

      I loved that communication part…
      You are amazing Vishaltripathi ❤️
      And I love u loads…💙

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  2. The two black holes collided and like the actual black holes merging phenomenon it happened in seconds with the similar characteristic black holes.

    Best use of metaphor both the character with their faulty stars .
    And by the way my the just to mention my favourite line from this beautiful poem is every single line…but that black holes thing…I got hinged their.

    My favourite line from the book was-

    “You don’t get to choose if you get hurt in this world…but you do have some say in who hurts you. I like my choices.”

    Do tell me which one is yours…I am sure urs are going to be one of my favourite lines .(2/3)

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    1. Thank you so much🙈🤩
      I don’t know ..how should I react on this…but u never fail to make me happy and I am again smiling like an idiot…
      And your fav lines are mine fav too😊.. infact I have mentioned them in ps section.
      And some of my other fav lines ..I have mentioned it in my poem itself..I hope u figure it out 😉❤️

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  3. Ok so first of all the name of this particular post was clear for me that what I was going to read about, obviously call it a perks of knowing the author of pillow_thoughts personally.
    And yeah didn’t need the ps section not because I have known the book and the character and the movie … it’s because

    the poem expressed it more beautifully than the actual novel narration.(1/3)

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  4. My fav novel too 😍 I watched movie also after reading tat book. It touched me… And beautiful poem, loved it… You did a good job for that book ✨👌 Have a beautiful day ✨🤗💐

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  5. I have been willing to read this book since really long. But I am so emotional I fear taking it in hand as I know the story.. I cannot see sad endings…
    But the way you portrayed it Anushka..I was diving deep to see what’ll come next.. I read and re read and went slow then usual to get the feel of book.. and I am not able to pick the lines I loved the most.. because I loved each and every thought. When you said their eyes met and they dreamt of their own constellation and own galaxy and the thought that forever meant numbered days… It was all beautiful…

    Killing thing, the power to someone to make you sad, the choice you make everything was thought provoking…
    And the beginning most of all.. who’s perfect?

    You are perfect I tell you.
    I thought it’s a long post and I’ll find my own time to read and comment. And trust me I found it beautiful though it was sad… But the way you portrayed…I fall short of words….

    So yeah… I’ll say…
    Great job bff♥️

    More and more love to you ♥️♥️

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    1. Thank you so much Rashmi❤️

      Your appreciation every single time for my work….this heartful comment…I am just more than smiling..
      It’s my one of the fav novel…and I love every bit of it. I know you don’t like sad endings…but this is how it is…if haven’t read the book…no issue…but when you have time..watch it’s movie…it’s worth watching..trust me…and I am sure…you won’t be able to get out of this… It is that good.
      Thank you Bonbon❤️
      Loads of love to you too….

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  6. Beautiful Anushka.. beautiful….♥️♥️

    Though I have not read the book but I have watched the movie… but trust me your poetry made me visualize the whole story again…that too damn clearly and purely…I just felt the same emotional connect….🤗♥️

    Truely a great talent ….the way you have bring live the characters and the emotional in this small piece of poetry… really appreciable….🤗🤗

    loads of love and well wishes♥️♥️

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    1. Thank you dear❤️❤️

      You make me smile…every single time..with your comments..and the way you express your feelings here…I am more than happy 🤗💙
      Loved you loads..

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    1. Thank you Curious 🤗❤️ thank you for reading.
      It’s my fav too…after reading the book long before…and then after watching the movie… recently…
      I thought of writing a poem ❤️
      And I too love …PS I love you..

      It’s very good😊

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  7. Anushka, the poem is freaking beautiful!!!!!!💖 I read this book in one go because I couldn’t put it down. I finished it withing two days…. And this book pierced right into my heart!
    And your poem?? Do I have to say more of it??
    I. T. I.s. A. W. E. S. O. M. E!!!!🖤. Something I will save for sure!!!

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  8. Woww! You have written very well Anushka
    No one can do this story as well as you did 👍👍👍👍
    This story teaches us that love is unconditional,”The fault in our stars ” is definitely worth the read bcoj u will surely connect with the characters bcoj characters are so Powerful and in a way it seems like they r sending a message to everyone ….
    Never give up ☺️
    You presented it very beautifully👍😘

    Lotss of love ♥️

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  9. Anushka, let me tell you one thing:

    Reading a novel is different, watching a movie is different, describing or reviewing that story is again different, but to write a fucking beautiful poem on it is altogether a pure talent.

    And I can see what a beautiful craft you’ve created here. I read it years back and you just redirected me to the memories now. I loved it to the core.

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    1. Thank you Bharath..😀
      I was just wishing..that everyone reading this…could understand this from poem.. before reading that PS part..🙈
      I tried my best…
      Thank you😊

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