You and I used to be about as close as two people could possibly be, and now look at us… so alienated… so separate. I remember a time when we used to work like a well-oiled machine… all the intricate thoughts and emotions between us, moving through rhythmic motions in perfect harmony. Whatever happened to … Continue reading Once upon a time!
Traveling a long journey of heartless miles she walked alone to the shore tired with a heavy heart... wondering where life has brought her to a point where she cannot face even herself. With nothing in her mind she wanted to be alone where no one could reach her, so she could scream so high that can tear … Continue reading Wreck…
Closure. Connection. Comprehension. I’m not sure if these are the perfect words for what I want out of myself. They just look safe. They just seem like the type of diction people find in their lives that makes them understand what they’re all about. I’ve hated people for it. Knowing themselves, understanding their limitations and … Continue reading No Face!
Heer was an extremely beautiful woman, born into a wealthy Jat family of the Sayyal clan in Jhang, Punjab. Ranjha (whose first name is Dheedo; Ranjha is the surname), also a Jat of the Ranjha clan, is the youngest of four brothers and lives in the village 'Takht Hazara' by the river Chenab. Being his … Continue reading Heer Ranjha Folklore
Sohni Mahiwal one of the most popular tragic romances of Punjab. Izzat Baig, a wealthy trader from Bukhara (Uzbekistan), is completely enchanted when he sees the beautiful Sohni and sends his companions away without him. He takes a job as a servant in the house of Tula, and Sohni falls in love with him. When they … Continue reading Sohni Mahiwal
It is startling to realize that some of our most cherished memories may never have happened—or may have happened to someone else. I suspect that many of my enthusiasms and impulses, which seem entirely my own, have arisen from others’ suggestions, which have powerfully influenced me, consciously or unconsciously, and then been forgotten. Similarly, while … Continue reading Memory of a Broken Dimension
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