Friday, January 10, 2014

Missing







“Afzal just tell me that you love me and will never leave me alone” Bhawna asked.

“Yes Bhawna, I have not loved anyone like I love you….infact you are the best thing that ever happened to me and I will not leave you on any cost” told Afzal

Both Bhawna & Afzal entered the marriage registrar office and got married in the eyes of law.

Bhawna & Afzal called up their parents and told “We are married now and we want your blessings nothing else also we are messaging you our new address please do pay a visit when you forgive us for this inter-cast marriage.”


After seven days local newspaper was filled up with the news of dead body of a girl & a boy found near railway track also Bhawna & Afzal are missing since then.   


This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda.


Write Over the Weekend theme for this week

This time we’re aiming at making it more creative! Your post must contain the word Love and you have just 5 sentences to complete your story.


Disclaimer: The people and events portrayed in this story arefictitious. Any resemblance to persons living or dead is coincidental.


16 comments:

  1. Sad end. So touching...
    Amit, nicely expressed within 5 sentences.

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    1. what happened to you, Tanya....
      All start with touching words with emotions and end with horrific ends....very easy to end stories ...

      Add positivity , emotions to stories to make us believe that society also embedded love , happiness in lives...which I feel hard for upcoming writers to write with...

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    2. Hi Subhash, this is my write up not Tanaya's....anyways you are correct there are good things in the society...but facts remain facts and this is one of the many stories which is based on the fact...I know its quite easy to write such stories..but they are true to the core..

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  2. So many many stories like this one. That is India for you. Nicely done, sir :)

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  3. A sad story which, unfortunately, is found in real life.

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  4. unfortunate to say that it still happens somewhere in real :(

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  5. Sad and it reminds of so many newspaper stories v read abt honour killings.

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    1. Increasing day by day...can't believe its 2014.. :( thanks for visiting!

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  6. The stark reality of true love. :(
    I don't know when people will start thinking above the caste and creed. Just wish no true love faces such an end.
    Cheers!!!

    Silly Smiles... Take you Miles :)

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  7. this is very sad but the bitter truth is that inter-caste marriages are still not acceptable in our country.

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    1. True...it require a whole paradigm shift..thanks for visiting Kalpana :)

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