If you think it’s crazy writing to fictional characters, you’d probably not known a one so well.

Isabelle. Vianne. Antoine. Sophie. Rachel. Gaeten. Jullien.

Every single name is ringing in my ears since the last three days. I do not like eating, sleeping, rest aside doing anything else.

Our history books didn’t quite capture the acute longingness those men, women, and children had to suffer or the trauma that carried along even after the war.

And amidst everything, there was this fierce, heart of a lion, young beautiful girl of nineteen who would know love and war, and passion and survival. Only at the end, to face death, in the arms of her beloved. It happened infront of her family, her home. The Nightingale. She teaches me so many things. She’s a hero.

Until last year, the war usually meant the second or the first world war. Today, the word ‘war’ reminds of 2022, and it’s heart wrenching.

2 thoughts on “Isabelle

  1. I feel very sad and upset about ukraine. I mean people there are suffering the most, just due to political agenda. Just imagine you are living peacefully and one day your home is bombed and you are forced to live the place. People in Ukraine were happy until the war and the biggest loser in this war are “people”. They have nothing to gain and everything to lose.

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