Scribble 5 – “First Dictionary”

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My First Dictionary

When I was child, I used to ask my grandfather about everything came in the walk of life. I asked him every words I came across. He replied me all those meanings. Thus I learned so many words in my childhood.

One day, I saw a word written in his diary, ‘Partition’. When I asked him the meaning of this word, he only replied, “Time will make you learn the meaning itself.”

That day, I came to know, there is a word in the dictionary, that my grandpa couldn’t describe me well. Today, I know, some words can’t be explained in meaning. They are only to be lived. And sometimes, to be unspoken.

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I am Swarnali, The Saffron Storyteller. You can call me an engineer who writes letters or simply a girl who writes. Writing and Music are my ways to escape from this worldly life. I find solace in the voyage from seven notes to the infinity, and resilience in the empire of words. I love to weave stories of motivation, inspiration, love and peace. 'Saffron' is the colour of the quest of life. Hope you like the tales of this bohemian writer.

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