Wednesday, October 23, 2013

I Knew It was my Last day There!


I knew it was my last day there.The initial stage on-wards I stayed there. Utmost comfy care I enjoyed with luxury and lavishness.
A feel of angst conquered all faces, when I was admitted in the hospital. My state of mind I couldn’t judge, it was full with mixed feelings. Did a flash of pleasure loom in my mind? The first snivel of my neo-natal infant! Ha!  Immediately a wry smile lurked in me.
I bestowed the tender one caringly in their hands. Paining tears and sobs died within me.
What else can an unmarried surrogate MOTHER rich in poverty do?

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16 comments:

  1. That was atonce good and sad.Well written

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  2. So sad. It is just poverty that made her do this.

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  3. Unmarried and surrogate?
    Unmarried yes, I understand. But surrogacy is of one's own volition. isn't it?

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    1. Yes,surrogacy out of poverty is not volition,but compulsion to make both ends meet.Out of sympathy it can be volition.

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  4. really nice..u have used this line in such a different way! nice :)

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  5. Beautifully written and thought provoking:)

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  6. Superbly rendered ... something to think about !!!

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  7. Oh, it's so poignant! Nice take Prayaga!:)

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