Thank you Dorothy for this lovely picture
December 2, 1997
Today, Alen woke me up early. He knew well that I slept late in night but all he care about is discipline in life.
At times, he’s bossy but mother is always on his side and has given him every right to bring discipline in my life.
How could a big brother be so ruthless in waking his younger brother for a bicycle ride and that too seven in the morning?
I read somewhere that a child’s prayer is readily heard. God please help and take my brother away from me, he’s strict and I want freedom in my life…”
August 9, 2017
I just saw an old note in diary. Twenty years ago, I didn’t know the importance of Allen in my life and today when I bid him farewell, I realized his importace in my life.
Alen was my big brother, he was my friend but more than anything else he was the son of soil.
Thank you Alen for making me what I am today
May you Rest in peace bro
The above story is in response to flash fiction for aspiring writers hosted by PricelessJoy.
His last conversation
His faint whisper and shaky voice
Now etched on my mind
Nothing is precious in life
Just few moments for loved one’s
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This post is in response to
This is a cold winter day and while my fingers are busy in writing, my mind is strolling in that street.The cloudy sky of that evening is still fresh in my mind.
I and you, we were just two there. That was the last day of our university and while walking on that street, I had said that no matter what I would never get married and you in your calm voice had replied that sooner or later I would change my perception and here I confess that I was wrong.
I agree that marriage is the most beautiful relationship and never before I had imagined that life could be so full of colors.
Sharp and bright, soft and light this is now how I defines my life and when everyone complains that winter sun is getting lazy, I believe it’s still okay.
Happy wedding anniversary to my beautiful wife.
I originally wrote this for the challenge named it’sStillOkay, put forth by Prakash Hegade. This time on seeing the picture above, I found it beautiful and can’t resist re-posting the letter.
Thank you Louise from the storyteller’s Abode for the beautiful picture. Many thanks to PricelessJoy for hosting this event.
In life sometimes a slight drizzle can obscure one’s vision but what is more important is a fact that in this journey mere feeling of suspicion could also result in parting of ways.
I never wanted my younger sister to repeat the mistake and today when she got married, she asked my advice and I replied
“Remember if ever there’s a key to successful marriage then it’s only trust..”
This post is a response to Three Line Tales, Week Eighteen by Sonya.
Photo by Wilson Lau