Let's Play A Game
Let's Play A Game2 mins 240 2 mins 240
“Come on little children, let’s play a game. Your teacher Rajesh has come.” I said as I entered the room of the small children of the third class. All were small little girls.
“Hurrah! Yes, sir sure.” All twelve kids screamed in joy.
I took a dice and toppled it down. The number appeared five. I said, “Kids, the number five has come. Now I have to touch five thighs.” I took my right hand and placed my hand on the thigh of one girl and said one. Then I touched another thigh and said two. In the same way, completed five. All the small girls were laughing with joy. No doubt, I was also experiencing sensual pleasure.
Within the heart of hearts, I knew I was doing something wrong. But the pleasure had overwhelmed me. I took the dice again to throw it down. The number three appeared. All the kids were looking at me. “Now I have to touch the three bellies.” Again all the small girls burst into laughter. I touched one and said one. Then I touched two and three.
Then again I picked up the dice and the number appeared four. I touched the lips of the four students. I felt I had done enough and decided to stop all this stuff. Perhaps, my conscience pricked me. I controlled myself and I started teaching them. Innocent girls knew nothing that exactly had happened to them. For them, it was just a game.
I said to myself, “What has happened, has happened. Now I should not think and worry about it. I will never do it again. I knew whatever I was doing was wrong, but don’t know why I could not stop myself. Let bygones be bygones. Let’s start my life afresh.” I took a firm resolution within my mind to never commit the same mistake again.
After some time, the parents of the small girls arrived to take their kids back home. I welcomed them. Kids started yelling, “Sir, now enough we have studied, Now we want to play the same game again before going back home.”
All the parents wore a small smile on their faces but my face turned pale all of a sudden. I said, “No, no, now you should go back home.”
“Sir please, sir please.”
I ignored them. Soon my room was vacant as all the parents had taken their kids back home. Both hands fell flat on my head and I sat cross-legged in the corner of my room and tears journeyed all the way from my eyes to the floor.