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Charvi Tyagi

Abstract Romance Tragedy


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Charvi Tyagi

Abstract Romance Tragedy


Separation: An Act by Nature

Separation: An Act by Nature

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"Let's see if you can catch me" cried out a faded voice which was now loud enough for my ears to interpret. Running by the seashore, waves curling his hairs perfectly and the setting sun dignifying his seductress in its own way, was something that was too tempting to resist... he smelt like pure honey attracting the beauty of ecosystem, threatening to faint them with his perfect body. "Isn't it enough for today, I'm tired of running now." It was as if tiring was an offensive word.. he lifted me in his arms.. his muscles giving me the warmth of sun in the winter months. We glided together on the sultry sand with beguiling emotions. The embrace of his touch seem to tingle my body.


As the sun waved goodbye to the sky with a promise to return, it left the moist imprints of blushing turning it all crimson.. Time swallowed itself in its surroundings and we covered ourselves in the blankets of love and greed of connection. We opened our eyes to see black clouds of death.. leaves flying to personify the danger and sand mixing in it, giving a signal to run for life .. but this wasn't all. The deepest, darkest secret of life opened the envelope of ending the love story of two birds. Showing off its flexibility, it ran away, sarcasming the situations of little ones which had not even enjoyed this fragrance.


Mourning ceremony was disheartening to see.. feeling was real and courageous. "I've decided that I'll kill that disastrous monster which made their life hell" he voiced out "this is not a game to play, it is a battle of betrayal that has been gifted to us by nature, how can we defeat it" my opinions were clashing with my emotions and I was drowning in the mud of memories that we shared. But he was more keen to fight. One thing was clear "Nature can beat you with its stick of disasters, but we as humans do not have the guts to break it" 

This story shall be continued


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