The Foiled Amour : A Drabble

He was sitting at the church, pondering how he missed the chance to see her before she died. The girl he loved and waited for all his life. They fell in unconditional love when they were at high school. They held onto each other to get married as they grew up. However, that was too much to ask for a non-catholic boy and a priests daughter. He didn’t give up though. He wanted to get dispensation from a Bishop. He waited for her at the church, but she never came. Forty years later, he was back in this church, mourning.

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If Only I Could Travel Through Time!

There are some days I feel like it would be great if I had 48 hours in a day! Then I could have finished all my works properly. Is that so? I guess, if there were 48 hours in a day (just saying!), we would have to do more works anyway. What is the solution then? I know what you are thinking, A Time Machine! Yes, if I had a time machine, I could have easily went back to the starting of the day and complete the unfinished works from the original timeline. But when you have something as fun as a Time Machine, you do not just use it for boring works, do you?

Today I want to discuss what I want to Write if I had the power to travel through time. 

If I Could Time Travel

I would have written a book. Not just any other book. I would have made a series of journal articles for a whole year and then write a book combining those. 

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The Foiled Amour

People often say that we do not appreciate the value of something when we have it. He was thinking if he had done the same mistake too. He was sitting all by himself, staring at nothing. He had so many emotions and thoughts cluttered inside him, still he could not focus on any particular emotion to feel. “What should I feel at this moment?”, he asked himself. But no one answered him. The “other voice” inside his head, which always joins him in thoughtful conversations, was silent for some reason. Maybe there were so many noises of the memories flying by, the other voice did not dare to speak.

There was a guilty feelings inside him though. He could feel it. There had to be. Why was he so much rough with her when she called the last time, when she wanted to see him for the last time. She was weak and dying. Still her voice lit up when she heard him. So many years have passed since they have talked. He cannot deny that he had waited for that phone call for too long, he waited to talk to her. Despite when he heard her, a hidden anger consumed him. He went back to that day, that last day, at the church. Her daughter, Emma, requested him to visit the hospital once. But he did not, not until it was too late. He was in that church again, almost after forty years of avoiding this place. He was here again mourning, all by himself.

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The Space To Write : My Writing Habits & Dreams

What does a “Space” mean? Just a place? Well, literally it would mean only a place, but there are more to this word. Space can also mean, the freedom to live, think, and develop in a way that suits one. So if someone asks you what kind of space do you need for writing, I think that question refers to that mental free space, more than any physical space.

Anyway, I started writing today to share my writing habits and spaces. I have discussed earlier about my passion for reading and how that have inspired me to write. If you haven’t read that already then you should definitely check it out.

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My Bucket List : Things I Want to Do Within the Next 5 Years

What is a Bucket List?

By definition Bucket list is “a number of experiences or achievements that a person hopes to have or accomplish during their lifetime or a certain time period”. The term gained popularity after the 2007 movie “The Bucket List” where Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson (both of whose characters are dying of cancer) create a bucket list of things to do before they die – and then actually do them! Does that mean you need to have a deathly disease to make a bucket list? NO. Everyone can and should have a bucket list. Because our life in this earth is too short. It’s better to know the things you desire and try to achieve them when you have the time and opportunity rather discovering yourself old one day and realizing how you have wasted your life doing unimportant things which meant nothing to your soul. 

So I tried to make a bucket list of my own. But I thought, hey I don’t know where I’m going to be in 5 years of time or what kind of person would I become. So it’s not really logical to make a life long bucket list right now. That’s why I’m making a 5 years bucket list. I think it’s more definitive and more achievable. Continue reading “My Bucket List : Things I Want to Do Within the Next 5 Years”

Why Do I Write?

Writing, to me, is simply thinking through my fingers.

Isaac Asimov

When I was younger, I used to write things up whenever I was emotionally disturbed or depressed. Well, I guess people become thoughtful when they are upset. I used to keep diaries but wasn’t that regular. Sometimes I tried poetry. Sometimes I wrote quotes of my own. I believe the reason behind my writing has lot to do with my passion for reading.

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Are We Unlucky or Biased?

Luck, Fate and a bunch of Scattered Thoughts

Luck. A small innocent looking word. But sometimes it may change someones life entirely. Or, does it? An wise man named Tennessee Williams once said,

Luck is believing you’re lucky.

To some extent I believe that too. I believe that a person makes his or her own luck. One thing needs to be clarified here. I am not referring or relating Luck with Fate anyhow. I think those two are completely different things. So, believing in Fate or Destiny is one thing, and believing in Luck is another. For example, every human being is destined to die some day. No one can change that fate. But if you live a long and healthy life with your friends and family, shall we call that being Lucky? No. If you maintain a healthy diet and active lifestyle, don’t have any self-destructive addiction or habit, you are bound to live a healthy life. Next time if you see someone old like that, don’t tell or think that he or she is lucky. Congratulate him/her because of their achievement. Yeah, congratulate them on their well-earned health.

I’m not a big believer in a thing called luck. I believe it has a lot to do with fate and just really having a vision of the way you would see your life.

Marla Maples

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Rangamati | the Lake City of Bangladesh

In nature, nothing is perfect and everything is perfect.

Trees can be contorted, bent in weird ways, and they’re still beautiful.

Alice Walker


Bangladesh is famous for her natural beauty to most of the world. One of the best places to witness that beauty is Rangamati, the Lake City of Bangladesh. Why lake city? That’s because this place is located on the bank of the beautiful Kaptai Lake. Even the name “Rangamati” holds a beauty in itself. “Ranga” means Colorful and “Mati” means Soil or Land. So, Rangamati literally means Colorful Land. And to be honest, the colors of this beautiful land will definitely convince you, that the naming is more than perfect.

Hilltop Houses

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