Sunday, 4 August 2019

Outside My Window : Eternal Friendship Story


Suhana kicks lightly the pot filled with rice and steps slowly and gracefully inside her new home with lot of dreams in her sparkling eyes. Just 2 years with him was in her fate. 

Her better half and best friend laid mum wrapped in the tricolor.  The war took her best friend away, far away from her. Outside the window a tiny sapling was trying to emerge out, she understood that a ray of hope has already taken shape in her womb.  

Her numb eyes sparkled with love, She understood that friendship never has an end it always comes to you in a different way.         

“Friendship is that one feeling that embraces us in any relationship.”

Friends are part of our life and if one of them becomes part of another world, the bond is not broken it is even stronger.

Wishing everyone a Happy Friendships Day, a day to celebrate the bond that is eternal. Remembrance to the friends who sailed to the other world.
  


This post is a part of #WordMatter blog hop hosted by Corinee, Parul & Shalini; where 47 of us are expressing our views on prompt “Outside my Window” and it will be spread over 3 days – 2, 3, 4 August.

We received this tag from Nabanitha Dhar, who blogs at Random Thoughts Naba  and it’s our pleasure to pass on this tag to Shubra Rastogi, who blogs at NatkhatZ . Do follow the #WordsMatter Blog Hop and prepare to be surprised! 


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26 comments:

  1. Poignant and a story of strength. Beautiful. Friendships often manifest in different forms! Happy Friendships Day to you and your friends:)

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  2. I wonder, what if one can cultivate friendship in any relationship? It might work wonders in everyone’s life. Life has less complications when friendship is involved. A very happy friendship day to you :-)

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    1. You are right Keerthi...Happy Friendships Day !

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  3. Glad to see the silver lining in what seemed like a dark cloud. Happy Friendship Day to you too!

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  4. How beautifully explained about the value of the friendship

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    1. Life never stops it takes a different track.

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  6. It seems like he continues to be her strength and the sapling is a sign that life goes on.

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  7. Wow, what a touching story.
    The new friend is her lifeline now and life will go on.

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  8. Wow this is such a lovely take on the prompt. By the time I finished reading it I had goosebumps. Yes indeed life does keep going on as they say the show must go on!

    http://natkhatz.com/my-musings/outside-my-window-wordsmatter/

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    1. Life throws many hurdles but yes as you said the show must go on.

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  9. Great take on the prompt! So touching yet there is a ray of hope! Thanks for participating in the bloghop. Hope you had fun!

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    1. Thank you for the appreciation. Yes I loved to be a part of this blog hop.

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  10. Such a touching post. So beautifully narrated. Glad to come across you post through the blog hop.

    https://www.pixelatedtales.com/2019/08/is-she-a-pluviophilephoto-blog-wordsmatter.html/

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  11. It is a nice story. He would live on with her through the child. True friendships never die.

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  12. That was beautiful and poignant. Remembering those who crossed away to the other side is important and you did beautifully through this post.

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  13. Thank you for your kind words Parul!

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  14. Short and sweet. Well written!

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  15. The friendship in family brings them closer than mere relationship.. Well written..

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