Your Eternal

He was directly referring to a woman and at the same time to the ocean. Sometimes he would mutter that there was nothing he could do. That it was too late, (Reads: 31)

AUNT ANGELA

Mrs. Sharmila stands there silently for sometime and tries to understand her words. She also looks at Mrs.Angela’s house and feels something different as now she has no grudges for her. (Reads: 37)

Hope in the parlour

Excessive labor and half-fed stomach on most nights had done the damage. She cursed herself for not raising voice at the time when it could have saved her. (Reads: 114)