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Priyanshu Raj Chauhan

Abstract Children Stories Drama


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Priyanshu Raj Chauhan

Abstract Children Stories Drama


The Day I Lost My Grandmaa

The Day I Lost My Grandmaa

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The one to whom I loved the most my grandma. I spent my childhood with my grandma, but when my father moved out to the city it was one of the ridiculous news for me as now I would get separated from her. Everything was fine as I learned to understand different situations. One day I got informed that my grandma was admitted to the hospital because of some serious health issues. She was in the hospital for more than five days. Even then I wasn’t able to meet her as my exams were on. When my father reached there, grandma's first few words were about me that “how I am” it got me more emotional when I heard that even in her critical condition she was caring for me.


These were told by my father when he returned back. Just after the day she was discharged from hospital she got her third heart attack and that was her last day. When I got informed about this I was shocked and lost my consciousness. The first thing came into my mind was that is someone pranking me, but no the news was true. The things that I observed in myself were that I cried but tears were not visible as the tears were coming from the depth of my heart which could only be seen by my grandma. Every day, every time and every second she is with me in my mind. But the sad thing was that now I would not be able to play with her and spent my time with her.


Like my grandma, my grandfather is also the one who cares a lot for me. As both of them loved me the most. Now when I go to my hometown there is a loneliness that had created a silence that can never be turned into a joyful moment. Every time I go to my hometown the first person I look for is my grandma but it is not possible as the truth is that everyone has to leave this place today or tomorrow.


Now when I want to share something that I used to share with my grandma then I start talking to myself as I believe my grandma is always with me holding my hands so that I can face each and every situation confidently and can achieve victory on it. Through these days I understood that my grandma is not dead she is always with me in my present and seeing my future for my betterment.


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