Story of Black Lady With Blanched Hairs

Story of Black Lady With Blanched Hairs:

Story of Black Lady With Blanched Hairs

She was born just before the Pakistan came into being. Born in an abject family where she was not able to feel a sense of ecstasy and elation on the score of penury. How!! She could? Because prosperity in World is closely linked to Money. She was blatantly not able to buy the thing of her own choice, She lived on what she got, she had done what she was supposed to do without being flustered. It was a scuffle toward life full of predicaments, living like a person controlled by remote control.

Checkered by those life events, While she was cogitating over her childhood, She was declared nubile. The nuptial bliss for her was just a “single more” from a house of less poverty to house of more poverty. Her husband was a vendor, vendor of bangles. She worked in the fields of farmers, gathered residue and chaff of crops for many years to make a living. At that stage of life two child had become also the part of life. She had started to work more from dawn to dusk. She used to take the child in a small carry-cloth tied with her body. It had become now her diurnal routine. After some years her Husband died. Her life was now her two boys.

She struggled to make one of them educated, and she succeeded a little bit but her condition is still same on the score of nonchalance and remiss of her boys.They are living in other cities now. Her hairs have become blanched due to senility. She has not enough sustenance now to live a single day. Though how much difficult life full of trials and tribulations she lived, She is now living in the same condition. But there is a difference, the difference of being alone. She is living now alone in a small cottage like house.

The most dusky and murky thing that agitated and stirred me up was that, she said, ” i’m staying at night in someones else house because i’m sick these days and have a fear that if i will die here alone, No one will notice”. That’s intimidating really, Is’nt it ?. But remember, “as you sow, So shall You reap”. What you will do to your parents now will happen to you tomorrow. Respect your parents, they are not going to live with you fore-ever.

Story of Black Lady With Blanched Hairs

Story of Black Lady With Blanched Hairs

Story of Black Lady With Blanched Hairs

Story of Black Lady With Blanched Hairs

Story of Black Lady With Blanched Hairs

Story of Black Lady With Blanched Hairs

Story of Black Lady With Blanched Hairs

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