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100 word fiction: Delight

The garden maze

The garden maze


“Where are you hiding Anna? Today, I’ll surely find you.” He uttered with a mock devilish laughter.

All of 6 years, Anna, his daughter had been his life since the time the rest of his family had passed away in an unforeseen tragedy.

The day his life turned upside down, he decided that his sole mission in life had to be his daughter’s happiness. She loved playing hide and seek with her dad in the garden maze next door. Though George could always find her pretty easily, he let her win just to see that delight on her little face.

Written for the photo prompt and you can read the other entries here.

Linking to NaBloPoMo (National Blog Post Month – February – My post no 4 for this month.

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  1. Aahhh good pappa! Sweet and sad.

  2. That’s a sweet one! Dads and their love for daughters go a long way! 🙂

    • aseemrastogi2

      True Parul. I am sure every dad can do anything just to see that smile on his daughter’s face :).

  3. Dear Aseem,

    My dad used to let me win at card games. Sweet story.



    • aseemrastogi2

      Whenever we are kids, our parents let us win just to see us happy and light up the house with our enthusiasm and playfulness. Good to know you liked it Rochelle :).

  4. It’s important for parents to let their children feel a sense of doing well on their own.
    Nice story.

  5. Parents take care of even the smallest of things. Beautiful fiction.

    • aseemrastogi2

      True Saru, parents can do anything just to see that smile on their children’s faces :). Thanks for stopping by :D.

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