The sun went down completely and my body was stuck in the water. I began to hear a little girl laugh and the wind picked up so fast I had to cover my face from all the dirt and leaves.
Do you ever notice any of your friend who laugh too much whatever the condition is and never control even sometime in some serious matters
My travel should end in the premises of my home, my laugh and talk should not hear outside, my only dream has to be get married and be a good wife ,
“You’re right! Its now or never” Ronan said as he saw Renna walking across the hallway. He quickly ran to the opposite railing, threw his banana peel and went over to her.
I was living. “Living” I don’t even know what the word meant until I saw her. How could I not, it was next to impossible not to. I was fascinated by her eyes. They said the things, her lips couldn’t.
And my heart was crushed, I couldn’t utter a word and just listened to the outside world. Not because she had broken my trust,But because of my shattered love.
We all come from different walks of life all have our own stories to tell. But when does it all become too much how do we know when we have reached our limit.
The morning after … The despair, the hopelessness, the despondency of a man whose wife passed away … The dread of a new dawn.
The bond between me and my mother was one no person could break. Ours was a ‘family of two’ in this big world. She was both a father and a mother to me.