Friday’s 55 Fiction : Another Day Has Gone

55 Fiction is a form of micro-fiction that refers to the works of fiction limited to a maximum of fifty-five words.

cooltext428803164_thumb1.png Another Day Has Gone

Friday, 9th April

  • Morning walk. Done
  • Newspaper. Read
  • Fruits and vegetables. Bought
  • Picked Adi from school.
  • Nap. Taken
  • Evening stroll with friends. Done
  • Played Monopoly with Adi.
  • Discussed the world affairs with Neil and Ayesha over dinner.
  • Mask of happiness. Removed for the day.

Your absence has gone through me like thread through a needle.

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PS: Loss of your partner at an old age can leave you bereft and it can be very difficult to cope even by strong individuals.

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17 thoughts on “Friday’s 55 Fiction : Another Day Has Gone

  1. Hmmm… mask of happiness. removed for the day… Touching… A loss of partner at an old age can be really painful… and makes one emotionally drained…coz that is the age the partner are more dependent on each other…

  2. I read the post thrice trying to find the ‘shilpa’ touch…

    And then read the post script….

    There it was…!

    Fine piece of writing… Very touching indeed. Not much is written about the elderly these days

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