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Goslar’s houses arch their dragon backs as we amble along the empty streets. The town feels dark and dreamy, like every German fairy tale, so when I see two dolls in a dusty window, Hansel and Gretel are the first names on my mind.
Our new series, Poetic Traditions from the Subcontinent, explores the rich tradition of poetry from Pakistan and India. We'll be examining how poets became historians, journalists, entertainers, and even revolutionaries, forming the fabric of society. Join us and develop a greater understanding of cultures rich in thought and expression, and often unfamiliar to western audiences.
First in the series, we feature Associate Professor Samina Yasmeen who will discuss the poetry written about Begum Sarfraz. Begum Sarfraz Iqbal (1939-2003) patronised Urdu literature in Pakistan and was recognised for it by renowned poets and writers. Samina will shed light on how a woman carved a space for herself in a male-dominated society during the second half of the 20th century in Pakistan, and the social/political undercurrents of the time.
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And then I recalled everything, those blissful days of my life when he was with me, when he was mine, when I was his baby, when he cared for me so much. I recalled the day when we first saw each other, the day when we confessed our feelings, the day he held my hand for the first time and everything that happened between us. These memories were still so vivid because they were precious to me. When I reminisced old days, it eventually calmed me, it calmed my heart. That was what I needed, I wanted to calm my heart and it worked.
And then it was the time to leave. I had to leave but I didn't want to let him go. My love towards him was so pure and innocent. I needed him. When I was lost in my own thoughts he suddenly asked me-
“Can I hug you? "
I looked into his eyes and stared at him for a while. His eyes told me everything. There was sadness, it felt like he was soon going to cry. It hurt me. I couldn't see him in pain. He was desperately waiting for me to answer. My heart said 'yes' but mind said 'no'. I wanted to hug him tightly and say 'I love you. Please don't leave. Please Stay. I need you. I want your love.' but my mind stopped me from doing this. I didn't want to cry in front of him because I knew if I cry then I would never stop. I didn't want to show him that I was weak. I said 'no'. He was still hoping me to say 'yes'. Though I avoided him and faked my smile. He did the same thing. My heart broke into million pieces when I saw him leaving me but this time for forever. He left. It became difficult to control my tears. I ran so that I could reach home as soon as possible. When I reached home I ran towards the bathroom. I cried there like I hadn't been cried for years. I cried, screamed, wept not only because he left me but also because it was the 'last time' I saw him, it was the 'last time' I saw his smile, it was the 'last time' I felt his presence.
It was a sunny morning. Sunshine was bright yet soothing. I called him up - “Where are you?" “Behind you. " - he replied. I turned back curiously to see him and there he was coming towards me with a sweet smile on his face. It felt so good when I saw him smiling. But then I wondered how would I live without seeing his smile? How would I live without him?
He wanted to end it, our relationship, our bond and everything between us. I knew what was going on in his mind. I knew him better. Yet,there were so many questions in my head. I wanted to ask him- “Why? Why are you doing this to me? How could you forget that I love you so much? Did you forget all the promises? But you said you won't leave me!? "
Though I didn't utter a single word. I was silent, the whole time. I didn't have the courage to ask him those questions because I knew that he was going to leave me anyway. It hurt. The reality injured my heart.
The next minute we entered into a park. As we were walking on the path, he gave me innumerable reasons for breaking up, for breaking everything between us. He said he couldn't focus on himself as long as I was with him. He said he couldn't continue this. He said he couldn't give me his time. He said he want peace. He said he couldn't make me happy. Each and every word said by him were like arrows. They were hitting me so hard. I wasn't even able to speak anything. I became weak because I was completely broken. I didn't want to think about life without him. I knew my mind would soon get numb. I wanted to distract my mind. I stopped listening to him. I just breathed and closed my eyes.
Yes, we all are having some troubles in our life, we all are suffering from pains in different forms. Indeed, sometimes we didn't receive what we desire and dream for. Sometimes your loved ones leave you for no reason. Some things in life didn't work out.
What will you become after all this? ~'A melancholic person'
And eventually what will happen? ~ ' Your hopes will get crushed into pieces, dreams too.' But is it correct? Do you think that being a despondent could actually help you? ~ 'Nope.' So, what should you do ? ~ ' Just be satisfied, happy, contented with whatever you had achieved. Stay positive. The troubles you are having will soon get resolved. I know you're sad but this sadness which you're carrying on will soon be converted into happiness. Life is beautiful and it'll become more beautiful when you begin to worry less and smile more. '