A pen for a poet is what a bow is to a violinist. As the fiddlestick disrupts and coaxes the strings to create a sweet symphony, the quill tip in the hands of a bard glides across the paper, filling it with prose; some of melancholia and others with saccharin musings of love and passion. Rebellious are those verses that are defiant like the unruly youth, borne to be the harbinger of change, of new tides.
Time waits for none, trickling away to the oblivion called future. Your today will be a history tomorrow when you wake up to a new dawn, and what a glorious history have I been a witness to, through the hands that yielded me, great literary stalwarts, documenting the pleasure and torments of the ages.
Isn’t history a collection of some ardently penned journals that now reflect the series of events in chronological order? Well, we owe an ode of tribute to such great personalities who reflected the happenings of their time and contributed to the great history that we take pride in. People who are fond of their writing instruments have their own eccentricities. Individuals attached to their pens see the world in a whole different light as pens are more than mere writing tools for them.
Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and with so many planning and surprises going on, it might be quite daunting to find that special gift for your special one. If you are searching for one, then selecting a fountain pen can be an excellent idea. They are timeless, stylish, and yes, writing with them on creamy paper will feel like one of life’s greatest sensual pleasures. Several reasons make fountains pen an exceptional Valentine gift.
Fountain pens are the rightest epitome of elegance sliding on a paper. Whether you talk about the glide, the finesse, or the classy appeal, fountain pens are indeed a remarkable addition to your stationery collection. The aesthetically pleasing pens are known as the collector’s treasure because of their exceptional history and stunning varieties. Can you believe that fountain pens have been around for more than 200 years? Reckoned personalities like Mark Twain, Anne Frank, and Ernest Hemingway have stated fountain pens as their most prized possessions. Even the Presidents of the US sign laws with these classic beauties.