Translate 'As Time Flies'

April 16, 2016

No - Learn to say it! #AtoZChallenge

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She stood by him through the rough patches to show her solidarity and support to the man she had loved and cared for.

He thought it otherwise thinking that she was a dependent nowhere else to go so she clung to him and come whatever she would not dare to leave him.

She bared his violent nature for the welfare of her children.

He thought she barely understood anything and took her for granted.

Today, when her children were leading their lives happily and the passage of time had worn out the love she raised her voice against his injustice and was astonished to see him leave his guard without any word.

The air seemed fresh and her old bones sensed a new life making her think, “If only, I had said no to his cruelty long ago without thinking about the world.”

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Better late than never however if we walk out early of an ugly relationships things may be brighter. It is easier said than done yes, but then we get one life only. Your thoughts...

This post is a part of the A to Z Challenge 2016. Today's letter is L.

2 comments

  1. It is so true. Many times we are unhappy because we are unable to say no. If we know what exactly we want, we should work towards achieving it.
    [@samantha_rjsdr] from
    Whimsical Compass

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  2. Staying "for the sake of the children" or for "what people will say" is generally the worst idea.

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