He bent to pick up the pieces of her that were scattered across the floor. He had been doing it for a while and that day he decided that he couldn’t do it anymore.
“That’s it. I’m going to buy her something to help with the hair fall!”, he resolved to himself.
© 2017 Shweta Suresh. All rights reserved.
I’d my doubts about this post but I believe this is much better than the previous tiny tale I’d written for this letter! With the time running out, I decided to stop thinking and scheduled the post. This is a scheduled post. I’d love to hear your comments about this post. I’ll reply as soon as I can. 🙂
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