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Her One Day

Her day started with abuse from her husband. On the way to office, she was intenionally hit by many men in crowd and disrespectfully commented.  She cooked food in the evening and received some sarcastic remarks from  mother in law.

After finishing days’ work, all exhausted, she looked into mirror and uttered, “Happy woman’s day !!!”

Colors’ Effect

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I was playing holi with my friends. Guys and girls were chasing each other to color. Among all running around, suddenly she was in front of me.

I hesitantly put colors on her cheeks and looked at her  momentarily.

I could see my colors on her face but didn’t know  the impressions  on her heart.

Those Ten Minutes

He was sitting on a chair in a relaxed mood. A man came from behind and put a blade near his chin. He had to remain still without any movement. He was kept in the same position for ten minutes.

Finally the man who was standing, moved away.

The barber was done with the shaving.

A Policeman

A policeman entered our apartment and headed towards our home. The women in the building started gossiping and men started looking with suspicion.

I could hear the discussions going on outside.

I opened the gate, went to my neighbor and asked, “Uncle, can I have your signature on my  police verification form for passport purpose? “

Her Smile

“Honey, do you remember our last picnic with my office friends?”

She was just smiling.

“And do you remember how terrible food I cooked for the first time? ”

She was still smiling.

“Can you please stop smiling and talk to me ? “,  he almost yelled with frustration.

She kept smiling in the photograph on the wall.

A Phone Call

She was on the phone again. I wanted to cut the line but her sweet voice stopped me.

I yelled at her,”We have had enough discussions. It’s over. I told you, I don’t want to have it.”

She replied, “I will call you back, you might change your mind.”

Sales girls never give up.

A Request to be Together

It was him on the phone. He had left her two years back but she could recognize his voice immediately.

“Honey, I love you. I can’t live without you. I would like you to come to my place and stay with me.”

She fainted due to shock.

Her boyfriend had died exactly two years ago.