Gone Kesh | 2019 | Hindi | Qasim Khallow
When you enter into a new place with a swag of our long shiny hair which slowly flows in the breezy wind, you feel like the best in the world by that ogling from surroundings. From there the love tale with our hair starts then we feel whatever happen I love my kesh.
When someone tells us " hey I like your hair", even though its a sort of judging somebody and the identity aggregates into a tiny element of our body. But we are ok to get identified by that element " because we love our kesh". Keep mollycoddling the hair with the fingers becomes a routine and in between whatever happen the hands are meant to reach the destination where it meant to play with the hair. "Because we love our kesh". But the honeymoon period is done last, the day when we find our soulmate got separated from us and get fall in the pillow. The feeling is just heartbreaking and the thoughts of the naked head just kept playing in mind. "Because we love our kesh". Then the process of doubting starts from a pitty comb to thick towel everything suggests us the thing that you are getting bald which was never anticipated, guess what "because we love our kesh"
The pain of hair loss becomes dipper than lung cancer, ( the next one cant find the problems from inside, but how can I get messed with my external faculty). "Because we love our kesh" and the relation with the kesh way deeper with the lung which you never cant meet.
But should we really get bothered about that and make the process of our life so messed with this ardent obsession of the external property. The dreams are bigger and the paths are elaborated to explore. Does anything changes with those which was never meant to be with you for a long span(at least for some). The struggles in the voyage should be an internal one to take the will sharper, may the extrinsic ingredients supports you or not doesn't matter.
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