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Bhat Yasir

Bhat Yasir is a journalist and is presently pursuing Mass Communication and Journalism at Cluster University Srinagar.
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I WANT TO LIVE

"I want to live, Live in peace, In the horror of struggle, With the sound of a stream," writes the poet.

The Unfortunate Lover

The lovers had been planning Iyman's visit to Kashmir during the days when rumours about a war and 'abrogation of Article 370' had spread in the valley.

Experiencing love when it is accessible on roads!

They fell in love when uncertainty fell upon the area they lived in. Some circumstances coerced them to stay far from each other.

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