Hey Doc! Don’t you have tomorrow off of work? Maybe you could take me to that movie I was telling you about? Dad wouldn’t let me go alone.
Editor’s Choice:Anthony Kurup hurried nervously down to the kitchen. Amrit was restlessly juggling his keys. I suspected the two of them knew each other
She still remember that moment , when she used to have a fight with her brother, and her dad used to defend her, just because he loved her the most!
Editor’s Choice:But please Santa, this year I want my Dad….only for a day….just to hear him play his saxophone – just once, for me. Mommy says Santa always listens to good kids.
Of all the things I remembered from that day, the rain stood out. It wasn’t the kinda rain she loved. There wasn’t a rainbow in sight.
This piece is a real life account and has become longer than I intended it to be. But, I did not feel like skipping anything. The story is a dedication to my father
My life was hell. My dad loved his wife a lot. All his life he tried to keep her happy but something was missing. His wife, my mother was never satisfied.
He’s been like this everyday since he was fired by his old boss. My dad released his tension on my mum whenever he comes back from a nightclub
He often wondered why Dad did not eat anything in the mornings. Even more strange was the fact that Mom always ignored Dad,He hugged his Mom goodbye while his Dad just smiled
The windows of dreams take away my sleep.My life suddenly seem fresh and new.I know it is because of you,Let me hide this treasure deep in my heart forever…….