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Asylum for a lost self

Asylum for a lost self

October 7th 2012 was the day I last posted. Haven’t been with myself since! And it feels like I just went away from the screen for a sec, but when I try to recall the past 5 months events, it seems like I have really dragged myself’ a long way. Be it the angioplasty of … Continue reading

Myopic Eyes

Myopic Eyes

I never wanted to wear glasses because I thought I would look like this : Plus at that time (1995), wearing glasses meant that you are not cool, you are a nerd, a book-worm, an alien, and all similar negatives were attached to this fashion accessory of today. I don’t remember when this problem started, … Continue reading

Letter to The Followers

Letter to The Followers

Greetings… My Dear Readers, and Followers! I am writing this letter to you sitting on the same seat in the same spot of my apartment from where I make all postings to my blog, Abida is in Kitchen for dinner and Mizhgan is asleep. It has been a slow day followed by a silent, strange eve, now evolving into a … Continue reading

Legends and The Legacy

Legends and The Legacy

What else could I have inherited from a tribe of poets and writers except the literary heirloom?! My forefathers came from India empty-handed (The 1947 divide) , they started their life from the scratch for settling down in different cities of Pakistan, mostly in Rawalpindi and Karachi. Although all of the assets and property was left behind in Amroha , … Continue reading

The lost ‘W’

The lost ‘W’

Winds of memories touched my soul when I just put this WordPress ‘W’ as my blog’s background image! Of all the alphabets, I think I got straightaway familiar with ‘W’ when my schooling started. It was much easier to remember as it was an ‘M’ upside down and I started putting every alphabet upside down to see … Continue reading

How old is your Cousin?

How old is your Cousin?

Relationships are really interesting . . . but Stereotypes are more! Yesterday when I was having a hair do at local saloon, a little boy came with a person in around 30’s , this person dropped the boy at the saloon and left for some other chores. The barber asked the little boy about his … Continue reading

The Infinite Insanity

The Infinite Insanity

I have recently been giving myself a lot of “me time” for the sake of improvising a few aspects of my life, (the life which is unexamined is not worth living| Socrates) and I figured out that my very own life has just become a classy example of Albert Einstein’s theory of insanity!(The endless repetition … Continue reading