Mirza Ghalib

an open house

To go and live in such a place where no one else should be, no one there to share one's thoughts no soul for company. One should build an open house, no walls nor doors to see, no neighbours to surround nor guards for security. If perchance one were to ail no one to remedy, and if one were to die no one to weep for thee.

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