Samarendra Lal Bhuyan
The still in the pause
You ever sat in the rain, not waiting for things to happen. Just a silent stillness with drops of rain on your back, just sitting, just there.
It is as if I am not as I want others to see me, not working on expectations, not trying to please, not waiting for boss to go home before I could.
It is a pause where my body disappears, and the beauty around starts to glow and I am in perfect balance..
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