Hi Dipro! What an interesting topic to tackle for an article.
The beginning of this piece almost sounded like you were setting up a poetry / article hybrid perhaps. One of my very favorite poetry topics is nostalgia - because as you say it's bittersweet and I think it's an emotion that many can connect deeply to. Just a few words of feedback on your article:
> You've got a great knack for word choice! I love that you used some words like "indelibility" and "afterglow" and "melancholia" - as well as phrases like "sacred seclusion" those are unexpected and original and bring such a deeper sense to your writing by searching out just the right specific word to get at what you're writing about. Well done! One note is that I think your final line, "awesome" is maybe not quite the right word there; it doesn't feel like what the article is setting up for the conclusion at the end, and to me didn't quite fit. Just my opinion there though!
> A quick formatting note; you'll want to probably add a space after each piece of end puncutation and after every comma. This is conventional in English writing and I think will give reader's less pause / making your work flow even better. For instance after "To just feel enough for a moment.It seems strange" you really need a space after "moment." I also noticed quite a few times you cut a sentence in half -> it's sometimes a bit of a grammatical test to learn about complete sentences, and you might want to try posting your work in something like "Word" first to check if each sentence is a complete one. Again that's just to give your reader an easier time getting your ideas that you're presenting.
> Finally, I like the specifics that you brought to the piece that made the article feel more personal, like the sunlight and attic! That gave me a sort of nice "Awe!" sense as I was reading it, and I think could be brought in even more prominently in that first paragraph. For an article with a topic like nostalgia I think you want it to feel personal. Don't be afraid to use "I" or speak about your own experience directly. This isn't a good technique necessarily in a scientific or heavy research essay, but for a creative emotional article it really does give the reader another connection point with which to understand your writing and may even give it more weight / authenticity.
Keep on writing! And let me know if you had any questions about my review.