She always wished to see her brothers stay together till the end of her time. Sadly, that was what it was. Almost as soon as she passed away, all of them started to go their own ways. The home she built with love and care came crashing down in days.
Linking Up with the Fiction Challenge ‘From 15 to 50′
Linking to NaBloPoMo (National Blog Post Month – January) – My post no 5 for this month.
Short, sweet and all too true. I’ve seen this happen.
Thanks Alana. Good to know you liked it. Welcome to my blog :).
It is hard to let things go that you really don’t want to. She wanted it that way, her brothers probably did not.
I like your short stories – they have endless interpretations.
True Sushmita. So many times we do things just to please our loved ones. And thanks for the lovely comment regarding my short stories 😀 :D.
One can always hope! Good one in uch short words, Aseem. 🙂
True Vinitha.. Hope is what keeps so many of us going 🙂
Shailaja/ The Moving Quill
Tragic when family breaks apart in the times of distress. Good take on the prompt.
So many of us have a tendency to do things to please our elders. And once they are gone, we forget what kept them happy and break bonds which are years old by fighting against each other. In the process, we end up hurting their soul too.