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Kamala Sarup: Nepal - Sunset on Everest

Nepal: Sunset on Everest

By Kamala Sarup

Nepal is truly one of the blessed. Nepal is really very rich in the kind of nature. Nepal taught us the right lessons and we try to live our life. It has a very Independent wonderful history. Then have a good culture.

Nepal wants no war. Nepal wants to give back and work on the important things for Nepalese people.

Nepal is very honored from its friends.

I could see now, the wind is blowing and in the sky the moon is shining. The flowers, trees and small plants are shaking in the wind. I too feel I don't know why sometimes to transfer My nation into a flower.

When I listen to Nepal, I felt like submitting myself.

Perhaps if my birth place Nepal were closer to me I would talk to all through the night without having a sleep.

My Letter To My Motherland

I have a desire to tell you things of confident and security even if it were us a smaller question, if you could only come closer. You are so far away and one happily enjoying the lap of the sky. You cannot understand the transitional tallies war. For a long time I felt I could happy in a small house surrounded by flowers is an open space with trees from where you could see mountains and waterfalls.

People without understanding existence fully began then their journey of life difficulty from just zero where you can find only dust particles and narrow ones. Even if we wish to pieces by cannon and cyride. I thought of flowers only, of love only. I didn't know of the fact that own hearts were deviled into repulsiveners, selfish, blood and rockets.

My motherland, it happened just a few days ago. My house had been broken to pieces at the impact of a terrible battle and as my heart was filled with tears. Although I wanted to speak there was no one to hear and those who loved me had already left the place as refuges. I on my part couldn't run away from my soil. My desire to look at you didn't let me go away. I might have to feel afraid of my only soil and shortly I was contemplating thee I might have to escape at any movement.

I will tell you how my eyes have carried in then the language of protest and how my eyes have turned emotional due to the separation with my own relatives and how they have carried in them a negative approach towards life. Perhaps my life may not see fully expressed all over your empire and my sighs will not be included fully in you. How am I to tell you with love that I have been repeatedly describing you. How am I spending my hungry days and naked days after the war.

You may think about life in a different light and there is also a classified definition of life. Why is life scared without any reams flowers?

Why is my mind not able to enjoy even by looking at the mountain and waterfalls? To tell you the truth I am trying to escape very far away from this desert, this compulsion. I do not like horror, terrorism. Even just for once wear look at me how my soul is destroyed at night and how my mind is shattered by terror and assault.

I want to live very far removed from gun, strides, attacks, rockets and by snapping the horrible ties. Let able to move on for ever with a smile, peace and flowers that blossom life with the sweat of faith. Let us sharing with one another love, desire and peace.

What Our Friends Said About Nepal?

Jonathan Begg wrote an article saying " High Himalayas are always there, looking close enough to touch, yet tantalisingly out of reach.

Solange Hando wrote an article saying " The sun dipped in the west, the peaks shimmered, bathed in golden light. Moments later, darkness fell across the land and only Everest continued to glow, a fiery beacon etched into the night sky. "Beautifully" she added.

Yes, Nepal philosophy is wanting equity and peace for everyone, especially for those most in need. And Nepal wants it everywhere.


A Nepali Journalist and Story Writer Kamala Sarup is specialising in in-depth reporting and writing on Peace Resolutions, Anti war, Women, Terrorism, Anti Fascism, Democracy, and Development.

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