He stood At the farthest End of the room. Almost hidden in sight. He had his hands folded across His chest cause he could not Control the rapture of the joy That was pervading his entire Being while he stood there trying really hard not to be noticed. The tears flowing down the Rough terrain of his face were So blended with the bliss in his Heart that he did not care about Wiping it away.
On the other end of the same room Stood his daughter . While his hands were awkwardly Trying to find a place of comfort , Her hands were proudly Placed by her side while she addressed The crowd with a dauntless Gesture that few could leave unnoticed. "I stand here today graduating This University knowing in my Heart that I will leave this world A brighter place", she said And looking directly at him with Tears that reflected the ones On her father's face , she said " A man stands here unnoticed. He strived through so many stages Of his otherwise ordinary existence Standing dauntless against all storms Because beside him stood his daughter And he knew that it was his courage alone That Would lead her to finding the wings he Couldn't. And today I stand here , Speaking to you about courage while The person who planted it in my heart Is standing amidst you silently seeing His dream come true".
Hearing these words, And looking at his precious daughter Who had once held his gaze with fragile Innocence now looking at him with Dauntless majesty , he knew He had won.
If not what the world called success, He had atleast won that which made him feel like the wounded yet strong warrior Who finally sees the flag being hoisted On the free terrain of his motherland
He then bowed his head , Not because he couldn't face the Moment because he couldn't Thank the universe enough for All those moments of dauntless Courage he had had to muster Just because he Knew his daughter Deserved the whole world.
#love#parasite Message: parasite never wants it host to die. It's the natural phenomenon that parasite kills it host. But the fact is parasite itself dies after the death of it's host. Here mother refers to host and child is parasite
Oblivious to the infinitude of desires, we've always craved for more; yearned for the grandeur of life; ventured into abysses unknown for new fraternities and memoirs; we've exhausted everything, from resources to peace, in search of refreshed ones; wandered aimlessly throughout the passages of time; in search of something alien, that we have never acquainted with, we've forgotten- everything that we possess, everything that is certain, everything that is everything to us; it's like looking out, with a cataract, into the nothingness, relying on luck for a discovery so every expedition could at last make sense; perhaps, it is our tragedy, to never settle for less, to always have the urge to multiply, and, all of that- even at the expense of that less.