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Richa Choudhary

Abstract Drama Classics


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Richa Choudhary

Abstract Drama Classics


Cora

Cora

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One day,

I was missing you,

I want to meet you,

I know that you wouldn't,

Be there for my whole life,

But just for few more days,

I need you,

Or you can tell,

I want you.


Cora used to live with her parents in an old mansion that belonged to her granny. But now it was her own mansion. The mansion was huge which consists of large rooms, a great living room and extra luxury things. Her parents died in a car accident long ago and now, she was all on her own. But she had a neighbour who was very old. Her children were married and now they live in another state and she was also all alone. She used meet Cora when she came back from her University in the evening.


Cora didn't have many friends. She used to be alone most of the time. But she lives in an other world of imagination far from the real one as she used to read quite a lot of books. She was rich and all money and property belong to her but then also she used to do a part-time job as a librarian in a nearby library. So, she was busy most of the time but when she was free, she used to read as usual books. Time passed and completed her graduation in computer engineering and got a job in a big company far from her home. She didn't want to leave but she had to for new opportunities.


She rented a cozy apartment and started a new life. But at least once a year, she used to go her original home her hometown to recollect all the memories of her parents and relatives.



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