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Five Sentence Fiction: Lost in her bubble of happiness..

Lost in her bubble of happiness

Lost in her bubble of happiness


“There are ‘n’ number of reasons to stay sad all the time. But life is too long to live in sadness throughout, isn’t it?”

Raashi had lost her parents in a air crash only a few years after she was born. While, none of her relatives were ready to take the effort for her care and growth, a young social activist brought her to an NGO which ensured that she got a chance to completed her studies and pursued her dreams.

Rather than sit and sulk, she set out to achieve her life’s ambitions and thus created her own bubble of happiness.

Written for Five Sentence Fiction Prompt: Bubbles. Read the other entries here.

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  1. What sucks about this are two things: 1. that no one was willing to make the effort to care for this girl and 2. she’s too little to be depressed. Both of those things make for a super bleak premise.

    • aseemrastogi2

      True Zoe. It’s sad that no one put in the effort to take care of her. It’s really heart rending for those who have to face such trauma so early in life :(.

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