The empty classrooms and playgrounds were tired of the deafening silence.
Gone were the days when little humans graced those buildings with their presence.
In a world where online classes were the norm, the school buildings felt abandoned, lonely, and unloved.
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I feel so sorry for all the students and teachers who have to cope up with online classes. It is not easy for both the parties involved. A return to offline classes does sound risky, especially considering the mutations and the contagious nature of the virus. But things are slowly returning back to normal. I hope that soon, a day will come when the old world order would be restored.
For the visually challenged readers, the image shows a classroom with several rows of vacant tables and chairs for the pupil as well as the teacher.
Image courtesy: Ivan Aleksic via Unsplash
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