Thursday, June 16, 2011

Lost!









Bricks of a home should be cemented with love, peace and care. Our home is just like that and our baby would fill it with mirth and melody.” Priya’s emotion and excitement laden voice resonated in his ears as he cosseted his new born baby girl. She was the reflection of her mother.

Varun remembered how Priya always planned everything for their upcoming baby. Everything was going fine until she suffered from an urgent labor pains. He immediately hurried to his home from his office and then to the hospital.

Her cries were unbearable and heart wrenching for him. Few hours passed like an era. Then his painful heart fluttered to hear the wails of his baby. After that, everything went silent. “I’m sorry; we couldn’t save your wife.” The doctor declared this life shattering news.

He took his pink, soft baby girl in his trembling hands. They both lost their happiness. All the love, peace and care were lost! Lost forever.




Written for: Thursday Tales
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29 Comments:

Raam Pyari said...

oh my! thats a sad story!

well written and succint !

Raam Pyari said...

oh my! thats a sad story!

well written and succint !

Creativity!! said...

Touching Write Up.

un-speackable love 2 said...

wow really got to me there :( but good work :) hope u like my take on the theme :)

Steve Isaak said...

Pleasant write.

thingy said...

Very sad. A well written piece.

Tarang Sinha said...

I Thank you all for your nice comments. I'm glad you all liked it.

Madeleine said...

Sad, but glad the father and daughter have each other that both mother and child didn't die :O)

Tarang Sinha said...

It's good that you have a positive frame of mind:)

Shail Raghuvanshi said...

That was very nice Tarang.

Karen said...

Such a sad story, but yet, that quote at the beginning is still true. With that beautiful baby, the house will become a home. Wonderful writing!

the critics said...

priya found in another form...as his daughter :( :)

Tarang Sinha said...

@ Shail: Thank you so much.

@ Karen: Of course it will become a home. Thanks.

@ The critics: Yes you're right. Thanks.

beccagivens said...

What sadness -- but well written!

wena said...

Thank you for sharing this wonderful yet sad post!

beautiful!



xoxo,
wenavee

Morning said...

sweet.

Teresa Marie said...

Really didn't plan on crying today, lol! Great story you gave us but so sad :( Blessings, Terri

Belva Rae Staples said...

Lovely, but so sad!!

zongrik said...

poor baby will be so lonely without mama.

http://zongrik.wordpress.com/2011/10/13/son/

keiths ramblings said...

So moving. Nothing else I can say.

Kay said...

A heart-wrenching story that is very well written. I love the photograph you've used. Thank you!

abthomas said...

a powerhouse write, fantastic to read

Tarang Sinha said...

@ abthomas: Thank you so much!

@ Kay: Thanks!:)

@ Keith: Thanks a lot:)

Tarang Sinha said...

@ Becca: Yeah, it's sad:( Thanks:)

@ Wena: Thank you. I'm glad you liked it:)

@ Morning: Thanks:)

Tarang Sinha said...

@ Terri: Thank you so much! It's sad but I'm glad you liked it:)

@ Belva: Yeah sad:( Thanks:)

@ Zongrik: Yes, but at least her father is with her.

Anna :o] said...

A sad story indeed.

Anna :o]

Ann LeFlore said...

very touching and so sad so well written
http://gatelesspassage.com/2011/10/17/to-my-son/

e.a.s. demers said...

Wonderfully real and tragic... glad to see I wasn't the only one who veered from the "happy" path with this prompt :-)

Tarang Sinha said...

Thank you so much Ann & Demers:)

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