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When The Night Returns...

May be officially called night owls, many people fall into the category of night life. A lazy and drowsy day goes by when we actually intend to sleep and try to open our eyes to little things like lunch and snacks. Being awake and totally “present” during the morning hours proves to be challenging. At times, falling asleep in the class is also a part of their curriculum. The day may start at time probably before 5 P.M or may not have ended since the previous night. Well, night lifers take their active side out when their loving hours of night return to them. They become the most active persons on earth. The pleasant moon gives them the sun light needed. They rise to the fullest potential and squeeze out the creativity of their brain to sort out the issues. Not lazy any more, the pending work gets accomplished in a very short span of time. Probably, night lifers encourage everyone to have a night life beyond sleeping. There exist also some scientific proofs that night lifers are

The Old New

Seems confusing right! Is it old or new that I am talking about? Well, it’s my old hostel room. But returning to it after a span of two and a half months is making it kind of new to me. Any way, I understood that my room didn’t feel lonely or didn’t miss me only after entering the room. It got a great company! A grape size spider (probably the head of the family) with its family stayed in my room with the company of their food. I gave them a permanent send off after one hour of hard work. Then appeared the real problem! I am almost the only one in my floor. And then came the bats to say a “hi” and “good evening” to me. I had to bend my head down and run away in respect. But thank God! No lizard turned up. They love me so much! Finally done with all this, feeling thirsty I went to get some water. And it tasted like heaven! I couldn’t even take it down my throat after being accustomed to mineral water all these days. May be a day more and I will adapt myself to the surroundings.