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مجھے کالا رنگ پسند ہے
اور بوڑھے پیڑ،
پرانی مسجدیں،
سردیوں کی راتیں،
ساون کی بارش،
ادھورے خواب، ادھوری کہانیاں،
خاموش کھیت ،زرد پتے،
کاغذ کی کشتی،
پرانے کپڑے، چھوٹے بچے،
شاعری، کتابیں،
ڈھلتا سورج
نہر کا کنارہ
تنہا چمکتا دمکتا چاند
رباب کی دھن، پہلی بارش،
گیلی مٹی کی خوشبو،
بوڑھے لوگ،
لوک داستانیں اور ان میں چھپے سچے کردار،
کبھی گرجتے بادل کبھی برستے بادل
کبھی سخت دھوپ میں ایک سائبان سے بادل،
جھرنوں سے گرتے پانی کی آواز،
پرندوں کے چہچہانے سے کوئل کی کوک

۔۔۔۔۔اور۔۔۔۔اور۔۔۔

ہر ایک چیز میں موجود تم اور تمہاری یاد۔۔۔

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Beta woh larka hay!!!

I grew up in a house hold that is considered relatively modern. You know when your parents try their best not to differentiate between a girl and a boy?
That sort of a thing was observed, well atleast when i was a child it was. As i grew up i started noticing small things, things like how my brother could go out late at night and i couldnt. How i was taught basic chores and made to help around the house, as for my brother well i doubt he has ever bothered to get up to get himself a glass of water. Similarly i noticed how this same mentality went on about in other house holds as well. I saw how mothers supported their sons even when they were wrong but blamed their daughters even when they were right.
WHY?
A question asked by many. A question that will always be answered with
BETA WOH LARKA HAI ..
My response to that well so bloody what agar woh larka hai?
Did he come down with a special permit by God that he can go about and do whatever the hell he wants??
If you are looking for someone to blame dearest anty
BLAME YOUR SON
Jisko ye ehsas sirf apne dilaya hai k he was born a prince!!!
If only you had taught him that he would be questioned for his wrong doings aswell.
I always see this going on but i’ve never until today questioned it
Why are girls always blamed ?? Why not the boy ?

My mother always says,
LARKAY KI GHALTI SB BHOOL JATAY HYN LARKI KI GHALTI NA BHI HO TB BHI YE MUASHERA MAAF NAE KERTA

To be very honest i believe that this mentality only exists because we let it. Okay fine your parents went by believing this but you could have changed it right? You could have changed it while you raised your own children. Maybe instead of letting your son be an ass to the girl he was talking to , you couldve corrected him. Maybe instead of telling your daughter how all boys will ever do is harm her , you couldve taught your son not to be the same man who harmed another mans daughter.
To this most of you will say that a girl should protect her own honour. I agree we should but guys should be taught this aswell . To respect and protect another persons honour.
While they go around being jerks to other peoples sisters they want that their own sister remains covered in seven layers because ghairat ka takaza hai bhai .
KON SI GHAIRAT ??
Woh ghairat kya ghaas chernay gayi thi jb dosre ki beti ki zindagi rol rahay thay??
But what i know for a fact is that nobody will bat an eye to this .
No mother will except that she forgot an important lesson while raising her son.
And no one will agree to me when i say that double standards do exist.
This was basically a waste of time and energy.
I will be shut down with the same
BETA YOU ARE TOO YOUNG TO UNDERSTAND THIS AND WAY TOO NAIVE
Like i have been told everyother time.
But what i do hope is that atleast one person bats an eye. That atleast one person comes out of that cacoon they are living in.

Should I be sorry for not conforming to the society’s idea of a perfect girl?

She have been having mood swings lately nothing seems to feel alright to her. She was getting irritated from her family n friends n spend most of her time in battling thoughts of her own short commings, thinking over why she is not perfect for others?
Sitting on a sofa she was having a coffee in this hot weather thinking of where life had bought her. The recent heartache had left her confused. She heard the conversation of her neighbor n mom that lady was saying,“your daughter is too fat with dark complexion try to make her get married soon” though her mom had defended her but she felt that mothers opinion is always bias.
She always ask herself why she is not eye-catching n perfect these kind of thoughts always took her to a strange trance like stage where she just wanted to scream at people for bruising her personality. At the age where one should get mature she is complexed over her beauty n weight. Why??
It was ironic actually how people get time to shatter others well intentionally or unintentionally these cruel society had convinced a perfectly normal girl that she wasn’t good enough.
Why is this problem of JUDGMENT so common? We judge others to such extent that we forget we’re just like them.
Ignoring all these thoughts she put her coffee mug in the side table n ran towards her room to use again those beauty products she had bought though none of those had proven to be her savior like the tv commercials had promised.
Every time she apply those products to bring herself upto the mark, a mark that was set by the society the outcome was always a disaster. It was all putting her into more depression because she had to be pretty because no one gonna marry her. She had to lose weight because society will never understand she’s suffering from thyroid or having a harmonal disorder.
WAS THAT ALL LEFT IN HER LIFE?
Failed attempts to look perfect because our society lacks moral n ethics to accept people for who they’re?
STOP THE HATE!! STOP JUDGING!!
And think for just once that all those flaws you point out in others also exit in you, they may not be visible but they still are there.
After these cascade of thoughts she just went to her bed because anothr depressive day came to an end n she thought so would life but answers to her question will remain here for like always.