Wishful Thinking

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Every time I hear the sound of a scooter passing by, it evokes beautiful memories. I still run to the door like I used to. I still live with hope. I still can’t believe that you left this world, Dad. Call it wishful thinking, but I still wait for you. I know that you’ll come. 

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This post is written for Day 6 of of BaR-A-Thon.
The theme for Day 6 is “Wishful Thinking”
 

20 responses to “Wishful Thinking”

  1. Tarang Sinha says:

    This is so poignant.

    It's difficult to let go. Some pain leaves deep, indelible impressions.

  2. Tarang Sinha says:

    This is so poignant.

    It's difficult to let go. Some pain leaves deep, indelible impressions.

  3. Shilpa Garg says:

    That's a poignant one!
    For her sake, I hope her wish comes true!

  4. I can relate to her feelieng …. very painful. I too have a wishful thinking for my dad to return back, Reema !!!

  5. I can relate to her feelieng …. very painful. I too have a wishful thinking for my dad to return back, Reema !!!

  6. Kala Ravi says:

    Aww, that was so beautiful Reema, much love and hugs!

  7. Damn! Why you make us all so sad, Reema?
    Good take btw!

  8. Rajlakshmi says:

    awww this is so heartbreaking. I used to run to the gate on hearing dad's scooter.

  9. It's true that one can never claim to understand the pain that someone else goes through.
    Much love and hugs, dear. Take care 🙂

  10. Just realised it's a true story from one of the comments above. Hugs Reema!

  11. Perfectly illustrated in such few words.

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