Posted: 10 May 2011 at 10:15am | IP Logged
Dearest Ambreen,What is and what should never be.a touch that always made mahnoor want to stay in her mothers lap.
There is nothing so irreplaceable as a mother's love. mothers warm voice held a stern and discreet message
Again that perfect balance of a mother between nurturing love and disciplining nature. '' main kahbi kuch kehti hoon ami?''
Really cute moment. it was obvious he would now or later fall for her words so why not now?
Wonderful! Ab hawaon ka rukh kisi aur taraf rawana ho chuka hai...hawaein hai, phir rukh morh leingi. Just exceptional dialogue. Poetically profound yet practical. It reminded me of the sophistication of a more classic age. I love the manner you are etching well rounded characterizations that stand apart from each other and yet bound by blood. Excellently done.
the funny thing about this was, this project had been written
by herself ...when she was the
one who came up with them in the first place.
The circling aspects of thoughts without an end and yet we continue to spin on. Her life revolved around herself BECAUSE she has not other paths to follow. Wonderfully done. the worlds made up systemic rules that neither knew any sanity or any humanity.
Excellent. shipped her off when she began to demand.
I loved the implication of supply and demand principle
used here against her father, the big successful industrialist. Again that next line, she only wished for their time and love,
At that price that industrialists love, free as the air. Then that poignant illumination of the low expectations of this business venture
and why it was discarded. which they could never provide for her.raat ko agar koi darwaze pe khatkataye toh smajh lena, woh tumhara kal bane wala hai'' defintely wondering who could have destiny brought to
Wonderful embellishment. ' the walls within her alarmed at the intrusion
Lovely.''tumhari ankhein, un mein bhi yehi kashish hai''
This caught me off guard as much as her. I did not know what to expect. It was excellently executed.
That last conversation was beautiful AND that last line of the narrative tempting. As they flirt around the truth you flirt with us.
Loved it! Love Sabah
Edited by a little faith - 11 May 2011 at 11:32am