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Pratiksha Patekar

Abstract Drama


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Pratiksha Patekar

Abstract Drama


Broken Mirror or Life...?

Broken Mirror or Life...?

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Late night she went to the seashore and waited near the broken ship. Little did she knew the coming day will be full of trouble and emptiness. She stayed there till the moon started fading and dawn rosed. She went back to the room and got ready to face the struggle she didn't knew. On the way to office she came across a broken mirror on the road. She picked it and went to the office. The mirror was carved with precision with wood cut design and ultimate accuracy.


She kept the mirror in backpack and walked towards her favorite person in the building. An old lady who used to water the plants in the office. A very well mannered and a wonderful woman. She went to her wished morning and was about to go the lady started cursing her. She could not understand what was her fault. She said sorry and went on. Later her superior staff to blamed her for the wrong decision she made while doing the work. In short the day at the office was terrible. Back from office she saw the love of her life with her best friend. She broke from inside. Then she remembered the broken mirror the condition of mirror and herself was identical "Beautiful and broken". 


Life happens. She then gently removed the broken glass of the mirror and fixed it with a new glass. She took the broken pieces of the mirror with her and again went to the seashore in the evening. She arranged the pieces besides the stone and rocks. 

Now the mirror was repaired.

The broken pieces were reflecting the golden rays of the setting sun.

And she, she was blank with professional life as well as personal life. 


Late night when she saw the glass pieces stopped reflecting the light she realized not everyday is of our choice 

Rather not everyday is in our favor. 

She went home before the night passed took rest and was fresh to start a new beginning on a blank paper of life. 



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