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Friday, September 29, 2017

"Not Her Fault" 

#FridayFotoFiction (Sep 29, 2017)




The girl was suffering from a deadly mental disorder. Doctors had advised to send her in mental asylum, but her brother didn’t pay attention to the doctor’s advice and kept her in the home.

One day when he came back from the office, he was shocked. His father’s body was submerged in the pool of blood and the girl was sitting beside with a sharp knife.

He ran to upper floor. Blood stains were scattered all over the stairs. Mother’s body was found in the bedroom.

Now he realised what mistake he had done.

IT’S NOT HER FAULT”, he said and started cleaning the proofs.  

He cleaned his sister’s fingerprints from the knife and footprints from the stairs. He then placed his fingerprints on the knife and made his footprints on the stairs.

Now this is the only way to protect her. He said to himself and called the police.

-By Gaurav Yadav

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This post is part of #FridayFotoFiction held by Tina and Mayuri




19 comments:

  1. Heavy price tag of the mistake!
    So much of blood shed still an admirable tale... what a mix Gurav!
    - Anagha From Team MocktailMommies

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    1. Thank You Anagha. Yeah so much of blood I used this time. Just wanted to write something different, but I could not do that.

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    1. This is love. Maybe in wrong direction, but this is.

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    1. Thank You Monika. I'm glad you enjoyed it.

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  4. Deadly mistake. this was chilling.

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  5. 👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻

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  6. A tale of love and sacrifice but would that really help his sister? Nice one Gaurav

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    1. I also want the answer. Now you (readers) decide what is right for her.

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  7. Such a beautiful story describing a brother's unconditional love for his sister. He was ready to pay any price for it.... Well written Gaurav!!

    Prasanna from Team Mocktailmommies

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  8. Sometimes the love we have for someone, blinds us of all the logic possible. Covering up mistakes thinking it's not her fault wasn't a right thing to do, especially when it's the family that was lost. Human lives are more important. I wish the brother had called the doctor instead of taking the blame. Sure is #Foodforthought, this story :)

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  9. This is tragic and very noble too.
    Tragic for the parents and noble act by the brother.
    Wonder who will take care of her now though.
    Thank you for writing for #FridayFotoFiction

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  10. OMG but why would he do that!! He should have acted earlier, now a very heavy price he has to pay. Thanks for linking up with #FridayFotoFiction

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