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اے پریوں جیسے بالوں والی حسین سی لڑکی! // جویریہ منصور

،خوابوں کے سمندر میں تیرتی تصور کی آنکھ سے خوشیاں سمیٹتی اے پریوں جیسے بالوں والی حسین سی لڑکی تو اس خبر سے نا آشنا ہے کہ دلوں کے اس کھیل میں دل والے زندگی ہار جاتے ہیں اپنے ہی پیروں پر کلہاڑیاں مار جاتے ہیں مقدر سنوارنے کی آس میں خود کو کانٹوں کی […]

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Wind and Worth // Aleena F.Khalid

For a moment, please, pause what you are doing, go outside, and look at the sky, and contemplate, how amazing, astounding, astonishing, stunning, staggering, startling, stupefying, shattering, bewildering and breathtaking life really is. One believes the above fact to only be true on some days, while other days it is just a mere rumor travelling […]

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The sun and her flowers: A review // Bakhtawar Memon

INTRODUCTION The sun and her flowers is the best book pen downed by Rupi Kaur. She is young dashing and dynamic Canadian Indian writer of young generation. We might not be familiarized with the fact that, Rupi Kaur herself published her first book of poetry named Milk and Honey in 2014, which was  The New […]

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Transformed from broken to whole: A real life story // Pirah Aijaz

Everybody wants to lead a happy life, especially when you are teens and you have so many desires in your heart. In fact, young age is considered as the golden years of adulthood when you are so ambitious. It seems beautiful when life goes smoothly on a right track but it’s so painful when suddenly […]

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Out of the Box // Roshni Anwar

Remember, there is a seed-idea growing inside you; about your infinite capabilities and infinite potentials that is neither given by your parents nor it is a result of societal fantasies but you got it directly from the source which reminds you always that you are here on a purpose and with a purpose. That purpose or that aim determines what difference you would make on this planet. No matter, how big or small that difference is, it will provide a meaning to your meaning-less life, it could make you immortal, in someone’s heart in someone’s memory.

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Women like us // Eman Khalid

They don’t write books about women like us. That’s why I will. I want to write about women like us, women who possess skin like the color of the earth. I want to write about hope. I want to create strong female characters. The women who fight for their dreams. The women who aren’t afraid to live the kind of life they want. The women who are strong enough to walk away from abusive marriages and relationships. I want to write about indestructible women. Because I am tired of reading books in which women like us are viewed as timid and weak.

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وفا صدیقعی // لوگ کیا سوچیں گے؟

اس وقت میں آواز نہیں اٹھا سکی کیونکہ تب میں عمر کے اس حصے میں تھی جب مجھے نا سمجھ تصور کیا جاتا تھا۔ وقت گزرا اور میں سمجھدار ہوگئ۔ پھر میرے منہ سے نکلے ہر جملے کے ساتھ بہت سے لوگوں کی عزتیں منسلک ہو گئیں۔ زندگی نے کئ دن رات اور دیکھے تو […]

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The Coast Guard at High Tides // Misbah Ahmad

Once a depression patient defined depression as being a loud sea crashing the min with waves beating against the shores of thoughts. The beating would make them wash away gradually as pebbles and ultimately disappearing as foam. It took a long time for our society to understand this metaphor of unseen yet extreme pain. But, […]

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Marian Soofi: New shade of writing // Minahil Naghman

Mariam Soofi is a young writer whose book “The Dying Moon” recently got published. 1: Tell us about yourself. My name is Mariam Soofi, I am seventeen and I study at Kinnaird College where I’m doing Fsc Pre-Medical. I like painting, often some street photography and writing. I used to play tennis, but I stopped […]

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The Dichotomous Days // Atharv Dwivedi

As the drink of sinners begins to take its effect on me, I cannot help but wonder, whether both of these worlds are so different from each other or not! If my life had been spent in a perfectly Utopian world, maybe I would not have gone through the abyss I have in my true journey. Maybe my mother would not have deserted my old man, an unemployed twenty something, with a two-year-old to raise.

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