An Open Letter to Amraha Ehtizaz (1996-2017) Dear Amraha, I wonder how angels would've lovingly carried your fragile soul towards the heavens on the fateful day you left us for good. You know I came to see you in ICU a day before your body refused to function. You had changed so rapidly. The harrowing effects of this malignant illness became visible to me for the first time since I've known you. A flower withered, a hearth went cold, a Paradise Lost. It still remains a mystery to me as how did you cover up your ailments so realistically under the banner of smiles, laughter and more smiles. In the times when our thankless selves burdened ourselves with stresses of daily lives, complained of struggles that couldn't be handled and objected just for the sake of keeping up conversations, your optimism and jubiliation induced in us a false predicament that no malady had ever brushed past you. Maybe this world didn't deserve you. Maybe you were meant for greatness far beyond the confines of this Earth. In th..