Friendship…Freedom, Feeling, Fun To Fake, Frail, Fraud

Friendship…a relation of souls merged like water and shines like the flaring sun, purer than the blood relations, lovelier than the beloved ones, more fragrant than the spring’s garden of love. Life’s greatest blessing is to have true friends because friends are more cordial than any relation to whom we can share our deepest secrets of heart, to whom we can pour our blood to the dryness.

 

Friendship

People used to devote life, money, time to this greatest relationship i.e. Friendship. It was a symbol of life, freedom, enjoyment, togetherness, leisure, happiness etc. With the passage of time transitions took place and life got changed…people changed, lifestyle changed, mindset changed, relations changed, values changed…Under this parasol friendship got contaminated with selfishness, pride, fakeness, dual-facing and branches of this interconnected tree got devastated. And the garden of love and hope bears perpetual autumn of darkness, coldness and hopelessness.

Friendship…is like an unopened softer bloom which loses its beauty, magnificence and shape with the cruel impulse of wild wind. No smoothing, calm and balmy wave of breeze can regenerate the desolated colours of that bloom and moreover, it will gradually turn into pale and ashy leaves of unhappy hung boughs. At last the woeful leaves will mourn silently on deliberate wounds of death by burying the heartaches in the deepest valley of heart.

Some people use to forget the shine of friendship in ups and downs of life but this negligence will definitely show them the mirror of their outcomes. Their selfishness will make them cry over their attack on the sacredness of friendship. These serpents like frenemies don’t deserve attention, care and affection who burn in strange jealousy. These on-fire souls won’t let one beat in deceits and evils. Affection will be yours when you are with them, hatred will ignite them in your absence. Let me say that they are the true depiction of Roman God Janus, the two-faced god of transition and duality.

Friendship

Under all these calamities, we don’t have any way except to say: I didn’t lose a friend, I just realized I never had one. Life will go on…people will come and leave like bubbles of water but don’t let anyone affect you like frenemies. Make yourself consistent and yes be true, honest and amiable to all and let them decide their way.

Written By: Yasir Mahmood

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83 Responses

  1. Eman says:

    Affection will be yours when you are with them, hatred will ignite them in your absence.. True indeed

  2. Warda Ahmad says:

    Best one so far. Well done.

  3. Hira Rai says:

    worth reading

  4. Ansa says:

    An eloquent piece of writing…

  5. Sikandar Ghauri says:

    Excellent work

  6. Nayab says:

    Excellent piece of writing

  7. Tahira Abbas says:

    Just praiseworthy and i can relate to it <3 It just touched my heart. Keep writing such soulful concepts 🙂 *i didn't lose a friend, i just realized i never had one* WOW!!

    • Yasir Mahmood says:

      Thanks for your in depth reading…. Yea i know… Somehow its related to majority of people… It touched my heart and soul too… My most favourite.

  8. Talha says:

    Really worth reading
    Level

  9. Hamza ch. says:

    Mza aagya
    Bht kmal ♥ ♥ ♥

  10. Trustees says:

    Wonderful

  11. Rabia says:

    Its all true. Best writing.

  12. Mohi Ud Din Khokhar says:

    Worth reading and relatable, excellent Yasir✨

  13. Muhammad Hanzla says:

    This article worth you. Great job. nothing elso to say.

  14. Ayesha says:

    A splendid piece of writing keep it up!

  15. Toseef says:

    Good choice of words…nicely done…

  16. Fatima says:

    Beautifully written yasir… So relateable..

  17. Neha Awan says:

    Well this one is best…
    This is the reality of our fake world…
    Selfishness has command on every relationship…. Selfishness and jealousy are superior on pure love relationships.

  18. Alamdar raza says:

    Prodigious work broo keep it up.

  19. Ghulam Murtaza says:

    I didn’t lose a friend, I just realized I never had one.
    May Allah bless you with the best of fate.
    May you prosper. Ameen Sum-Ameen

  20. Shahid Ali says:

    True picture of life… Amazing
    Keep writing
    Keep it up

  21. Mahmood shah says:

    Masha Allaha
    Allha kareem or kamyabian atta farmaye Ameen

  22. Mahmood shah says:

    Perfect and true

  23. Nimra says:

    Relatable!
    Worth reading.

  24. Kainat Imdad says:

    It’s amazing , I just want to say..
    Be the change that you wish to see in the world..

  25. M.Afnan says:

    A very Fine piece of Writing, Every Sentence leaves a perfect affection , But “People will come and leave like bubbles of Water ,but don’t let anyone affect you like frenemies” catches my Heart more than any sentence.

  26. Ashna Asim says:

    Affection will be yours when you are with them, hatred will ignite them in your absence.
    I found this article very relatable. Well done.

  27. Qaiser Abbas says:

    Worth reading dear

  28. Jahanxeb says:

    That’s Wonderful champ

  29. Ayesha says:

    I think not all friends are of this type, but yea somehow we have a part of it in our lives somewhere. Truly rich words with elegant expression !

  30. Bismah says:

    Some friends are life while some are like a sign of death as they are extremely poisonous.

    True Indeed

  31. Dani says:

    Whaaat a TITLE dude, pure rhythmic
    carry on

  32. Toseef says:

    poweerful, energetic vibes of words. Keep On Writing loveliest and real ones

  33. Farhan M says:

    an amazing one
    Great Brother

  34. Asma says:

    in Love with this writing
    i really felt it by heart as i witnessed the same in my own life. Universality is the real jewel of any writing. You really deserve a thumbs Up

  35. Muhammad Arsal says:

    “Friendship…is like an unopened softer bloom which loses its beauty, magnificence and shape with the cruel impulse of wild wind. No smoothing, calm and balmy wave of breeze can regenerate the desolated colours of that bloom”

    Beautiful deeply engraved lines.

  36. Aqsa Sheikh says:

    Fantabulous and relatable.
    In fact I think it is relatable with all of us bcz in present, our friendships depend on materialistic values instead of moral ones. We seek what we want and try to find good friends but are never willing to be a good one.
    I think we must be the reason of someone’s smile and a good friend of someone in need to make this world a happy one.

  37. Furqan Ahmed says:

    Yasir complain with friends and family is your real trade mark. Nice job

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