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There Will be No Goodbye

Everybody has a moment when thinks of missing a goodbye

Photo by Andra C Taylor Jr on Unsplash

A man said goodbye
to the son headed to
the university in the
far distance from his
home.
Saying goodbye to
the boy sitting in the
taxi, it left to go.
The man came in and
looked into the boys
room, the purpose he
had was to see if there
was anything left there?
Only the bed smiled at
the man, there was nothing.
Years passed, the boy
finished learning and
began earning, he rose
well, in life.
Having built a house, he
prepared a room for his
father to live in comfort.
He talked to him every
now and then.
He had to travel for his
work one day.
Coming back, he found
his father was gone.
After the burial ceremony,
everyone left.
The boy went back to the
grave and saw it smiling
as if to say goodbye and
good luck as the father
Had always said, when
he left to go to the
university, and every
morning going to work.
There will be no one
to say that tomorrow.

Thank you for reading
Diepak Paul

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Diepak Paul

Diepak Paul

Life gave me much. I published first novel 2011. I am rewriting after my disability due to accident, and stroke. Starting to write here to heal, and be healed.

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