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'Separation' is always painful. Separation from a loved one when death snatches him/her away, from someone very dear (a parent, brother or sister), from the country/region you grew up in - every separation makes you a stronger person from within.
Write a story of a separation which led to an individual emerging as a character of strength. Add suitable quotes from the poem to highlight your message. [150 words]
Separation from a loved one always leads to immense pain and heartbreak, especially if that person is taken away from you cruelly, like by death. Many people faced such disruption and separation during the historical event of the Partition in India 1947. Thousands of people were displaced from what used to be their homes, and a large number of people were permanently separated from their loved ones. This event caused widespread anguish and torture to those people, whose reactions ranged from helplessness, grief, anger, violence, numbness to utter hopelessness. Many perished away in refugee camps, and many lost all their property and had to begin afresh while facing hostility from local populations. However, decades after the event, it can now be seen that this experience allowed many people to emerge stronger and more resilient than before. It taught many to handle themselves in crisis, and keep themselves strong for others. Hence, separation while remaining extremely painful, piling ‘emphasis like bullets’, can allow one to emerge stronger. The memory of the separation does not completely fade away, but over time, it does become less painful. Hence when ‘laced fingers loosen’, it hurts a lot. But over time, one does manage to pick oneself off the ground, and move on with life.
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