Aeman T Rasul | The Daily Star
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  • The Door

    She knocks on the door, The door-bell is broken; a sculpture of unknown figure hangs on the wall, The door is solid, but not made of Mahogany wood.
  • Kaleidoscope of flowers

    During this pandemic, we are all trying our best to stay indoors to keep ourselves healthy. Some have become creative and found themselves embracing their dreams, which remained unfulfilled all these years.
  • The fading sounds of ferriwallahs

    People used to wake up to the sound of hawkers or ferriwallahs coming to sell eggs, chicken, and vegetables. I used to enjoy watching the morning crowd on the road through the balcony.
  • The school bell still rings at my alma mater

    The twentieth century had dawned to see the culmination of changes in all spheres of life. One of the most visible changes was in the education sector.
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    Sanssouci Park

    'Rush Hour' was a term that brought great joy when I was younger as it was truly a great film. Never could I imagine that the same