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Tag: Nostalgia

Five Sentence Fiction: Forgotten

Forgotten..

Forgotten..

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“Don’t you even remember me?”

It had been more than 3 years since the best of friends had passed out from college with promises of staying in touch in the years ahead.

As the years went by, everyone got busy in their lives and the promises remained just that – ‘promises’.

The memories had come flooding back after his phone call today. Those were the memories that had been forgotten over time.

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

Linking to NaBloPoMo (National Blog Post Month – February – My post no 13 for this month.

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Bedtime Stories & Rhymes – Revisiting Childhood

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Someone has truly said that each of us has a child hidden somewhere in us. This child comes out in various instances whether its during our emotional times with our loved ones, the times when we are successful or fail in our endeavours, the times when we want to feel loved and cared for and the likes. Moreover along with this our childhood also comes to the fore when we talk about bedtime stories and nursery rhymes.

From bedtime stories like Goldilocks and the Three Bears and Little Red Riding Hood to the nursery rhymes like London Bridge is Falling Down and Humpty Dumpty, there was so much which shaped our childhood. These stories and rhymes helped us dream. They helped us imagine and visualize a world which didn’t exist in reality. They gave wings to our thoughts and took us on a never before thought of trip around the world.

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