Anas Tariq is a student of BS-English . He studies at Department of English and Applied Linguistics , University of Peshawar.
From the Grave
I have never encountered such sullen darkness before. I want to leave but I can’t. I wait for daylight but it never happened. I thought am I dead? Then where I am? Am I in the grave? No! No! No!. I was ok sometimes before. I cried No! NO!.
Silent! Silent! Silent! You are in the new world. Forget the past and start your new journey. Someone says. It might be an angel but I am not sure.
The angels appeared who asked some basic questions and then they vanish. What I felt that grave is not at all horrific. You may feel a little loneliness in the initial days then you will enjoy the darkness and the comfort which you never felt before.
I soon discovered my neighbors, who were different in the mortal world but equal in the world of graves waiting for final judgment. There were plenty of differences between them like. Some have narrow graves, where it is hard to live. Some graves have ditches where it is hard to sleep. Some graves of plenty of insects and reptiles which I saw before. Some graves have gardens that look like huge bungalows. My grave is grave of the middle class not so luxurious and not so horrific. I was enjoying my time but didn’t understand the differences. I want answers to my questions that why even classes exist here. I went to the grave of my neighbor named Johar. He took me to one of his friends who is a great scholar. He told me that there is not any obvious difference between the grave and mortal world because in both there are many segregations but still difference exists. The world is a place where we are placed in different situations and we are being judged but in the grave, we only feel what we may expect on doomsday. He added there is no need to worry from the grave only act positively in the world. You will fill eternal peace in the grave and after the grave.