Friday, 4 April 2014

A to Z Random Post # 4 - D - Divorce !





With an aching heart, the judge looked at the young couple seated before him.

Lost love.

Broken trust.

That could never help them in reconciliation….

He looked at the young girl, who had sealed her lips tight, and at her husband, who seemed determined to get out of the relationship at any cost.


Divorce and death. Broken Heart — Stock Photo #4293715

He sighed, as he awarded the divorce and signed the papers.

He thought of the day she had argued with him to marry the man of her choice.  

Now she was  fighting for freedom  from the same relationship.

And his daughter had won her case, yet again !

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32 comments:

  1. Sad isn't it how most of the love marriages end up in divorce? Again great post Sreeja!

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  2. A nice twist from the relationship perspective... Nice one :-).

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  3. Wow - well done. Lots of emotion in so few words.

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  4. Awwwww that gave me goosebumps :( :( Btw Inderpreet Kaur has written about Divorce too!! Do check it!!

    ~S(t)ri
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  5. Aww..my heart cries out for her dad.

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  6. Nicely done!! Great write but quite sad the situation is common - love marriages ending in divorces. Sigh!

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  7. Such a nice dad to be with the daughter through all...

    Random Thoughts Naba

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  8. Wow! That was a lot of emotion in just a few words. And the twist in the tale about the relationships was very creatively done! A great post, Sreeja!

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  9. Tsk tsk@ The double twists were brilliant... Cannot imagine the plight of her dad :(

    Bhavya @ Ishithaa

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  10. My surge of emotions ran through after reading it...

    http://ashalifeishope.blogspot.in/2014/04/dissatisfaction.html

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  11. A wonderful story I must say and the judge being her father, what a coincidence.

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  12. How poignant that the dad and the judge turn out to be the same person. How difficult it must have been for him in both roles. Well executed, Sreeja :)

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  13. Oh thats sad!! but this is becoming more and more common in today's world!! You brought it out clearly in your post! Am following your blog now Sreeja :)

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  14. A sad moment indeed.

    Stopping by from the A to Z. Have a great month!

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  15. The irony of the situation... very sad..

    Richa

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  16. Never thought this way.... a judge/adv having to handle their child's breakup cases... Ironic!

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  17. Judge prevail over father.

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  18. Such an emotional upheaval in few words

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  19. Oh :( What an irony !! And how sad it is for a father to handle his child's divorce case :(

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  20. Didnt see it coming, nice twist, Sreeja! :)

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  21. This was cool...what an irony!

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  22. I salute the dad. Nicely penned story.

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  23. two things.... one i loved how u connected the agony of a father in both situations a wedding and a divorce, to that of a judge who can merely pass the judgement..... only they happen to be the same person is even more ironic..... superb!!

    and second, did u notice that ur story theme for D and this happen to be on the same wavelength? again.... superb!!

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  24. Dual dilemma for dad. Wow , you put it across so well.
    I totally agree with the story line and the twist in the end.

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  25. Loved the twist you brought.Facts of life!!

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  26. twist in the end, hurting it must have been for the father!

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  27. I loved the way you narrated the story. Beautiful yet so sad.

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  28. This post has been selected for the Tangy Tuesday Picks this week. Thank You for an amazing post! Cheers! Keep Blogging :)

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  29. Divorce is now a very common trait. Ego being the main conspirator.

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  30. point made by Shanmuga ... the true heartbreak would be the dad's losing both ways.

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