I narrowed my eyes and then remembered in a flash. My God, it was the same dog which had died in the car accident… how could it be here? My heart sank fearing the worst…
I had completely forgotten my woes for a while. It was after a long time that I was doing something I enjoyed and felt happy about it.
Sadhna had mentioned to Charu about her marriage and that she would find her a good place where there would be other kids her age. Charu had cried and cried and begged her to let her stay.
It was her routine, to go to the market and pick vegetables, fruits and household amenities. At first she enjoyed this.
I saw the giant pearls pitching murderously heading for me, I blinked and dashed my eyelids but they were only growing bigger and bigger!
I looked at the flowers and thought what it was more beautiful in this flower than me to get her attention? I sat on the floor near my dog and spotted a flower near me.
I eyed the walls dirty with paint and food stains everywhere and sighed. I swore that girl sometimes drove me crazy. I walked out of the room. Read story of mother-daughter love
He placed the briefcase on the table and it took only a second for his body to go limp, his sweaty fat fingers refused to believe that the keys to the safe vault were no more in the pocket of his kurta.
Took that balloon, ran and gave remaining balloons, money and said something in her mother ear. Shook her hand in air. I could see a million dollar smile in her face.
A little drop dropped from my eyes. Were these the same fairies my mom talked about? Were the rain fairies the same as the ones that fell from my eyes?