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Saeed Ghazi Litr 100 – Introduction to Literature in English 11/19/12
Visual: From the tourist camp, I could see the full moon with its radiant light falling upon Lake Saif-ul-Malook, the huge mountains of the valley were casting a detailed image on the water so clear and plain, as if someone has just put the mountains on the water. Olfactory: The air carried the aroma of the coffee, so warm, addicting and relaxing, that it urged me to go and get a cup of coffee. Gustatory: He had been back to the village after so long. His grandmother was making him lunch and while having it, he could remember that the yummy makhni saag with makai ki roti and delicious lassi was the same as ever before. Tactile: The child was sitting alongside the River Neelum when she put her hand into the water and the sudden change of temperature, the cold that she felt, made her bring her hand out of the water. It was a mere instant, a reflex action maybe. Auditory: She was trying to concentrate, deeply. It was a complete silence except for the ticking of the clock, tic – tic – tic, registering its presence, second by second.