• Ashar Farooq


The orange colored sky combined with the red colored clouds to create a definite boundary between day and night. The air was cool against the oppressive warmth of the incoming solar radiation. The temperature soared above the depth of the blue ocean water. The humid air was clearly present. The waves turned and rocked the irregular coastline. The water’s composition was split with the crashing of the tides. There was no difference between low and high tide. It was the same kind of issue the human beings encountered approximately four times per day. The light from the sun seemed to dwindle, yet approach its maximum. It was a unique set of parameters for an average evening. The approaching night was excessively unlike day. There was nothing typical now for this situation. The type of precipitation that systematically started falling was really ambiguous, just like the surrounding scene.

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