There she lay lifeless because something had broken inside her. Thousands of memories rolled back in her mind. She wanted to scream, let out her pain, run across, and lock herself in the room, yet she found it hard even to shed a tear. What is this weird feeling?
‘Aarohi…Are you okay?‘ Noor cried, breaking her thoughts.
She looked concerned. But Aarohi was still packing the bundle of memories that got unleashed.
‘Aarohi, will you respond?‘ Now Noor’s voice demanded an answer. But Aarohi did not utter a word.
Back of her mind, she knew one day this was about to happen, but what she didn’t know was, how she would handle this news.
It’s been more than a year Rehan left her, but somehow, she still couldn’t let him go of her life.
‘Move on, Aarohi!‘ Her friends joked about it.
But deep down, only she knew how much difficult it was for her.
Is it really easy for people to give up on people they love the most?
She remembered every night, making promises to herself to let go of things and start new. And yet she found herself caged in those same walls of love and affection. She screamed and cried for help at the top of her voice, but it was as if the world had become deaf to her voice.
But today she smiled at the pain and at those walls that no longer hold her. This was not the end for her but a new beginning. And, as the world started to fade in her eyes, she took the last look at the paper in hand which read ‘Rehan weds Mithali’ and closing her eyes she embraced death with open arms.