(Un)heard Stories!

As kids, playing around her was their favorite thing to do.. after all, she told them stories when they ran her tiny errands.. every evening they would walk out murmuring and laughing over how forgetful she was and that they could see the glasses on her head all the while when she was looking for them… eyes on the newspaper, she heard them and smiled!

Years went by and they grew up.. went on to become engineers, doctors, entrepreneurs… had a family of their own and eventually kids… “Let’s go to some exotic place this vacation” the kids would demand every time…

Miles away, sitting on a rocking chair in the balcony of her now rustic and crooked apartment, she sits sipping her coffee… 20 years have passed on and she’s older than she was before… her blurry gaze still at the gate, she folds yet another letter that read,

Lots of stories are still unheard and this time I have just one errand for you to run…

Come Home!

This Valentine’s Day, let’s revisit our older valentines…ditch that fancy candle light dinner and grab those trembling hands for a cozy evening walk down the memory lane!

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This is in response to the daily prompt Heard!

Love!

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53 Responses to (Un)heard Stories!

  1. I hit the like button at the end of the first para itself. Little did I know that this impromptu piece was going to make me misty eyed by the time I reached its end. Beautiful…. I’m short on words but full of emotions

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  2. Anaida says:

    Touching. A thoughtful way of spending the valentines indeed. A

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  3. Jade M. Wong says:

    I love this! Such a great take on the prompt. And I agree, let’s all spend a little more time enjoying what’s really important with our loved ones πŸ™‚

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  4. I loved it. Nicely written πŸ™‚

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  5. Absolutely, Anisha! Thank you for this thought.

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  6. Rob says:

    Brilliant idea, I love the thought. I think I will call my Aunt.

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  7. nomadwrites says:

    Lovely. In such simplistic way, you have brought forth such a strong emotion. Very well written Anisha πŸ™‚

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  8. Chaotic Soul says:

    Woww! That truly touched the right string somewhere within me… Miss my grandparents after reading this. Beautifully written…

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  9. extinct0703 says:

    Very well expressed Anisha!

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  10. Prajakta says:

    An extremely wonderful and important take on Valentine’s Day. A little something that we need to remember. Thank you ❀

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  11. very nice…bit different….and so meaningful….

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  12. anju says:

    Hi! Beta I m oroud of you. When i read your blog unheard stories tears rolled down on my cheeks. I heard people saying accept the fact of generation gap but your blog change my view. I think that still there is a bridge of emotions and sensitivity between to generation. U have proved it. Hats of your blogs. Love u beta. God bless u. Have a nice day.

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  13. Joanna Lynn says:

    Beautiful! It’s so true, too. I still remember stories from grandparents.

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  14. Bernadette says:

    Another heartfelt Valentine from a young person to their grandparents. Beautifulβ™₯️

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  15. taurav says:

    Very well written!

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  16. Very well written!!!

    Loved it!!

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  17. πŸ˜ƒ Heard this Unheard.

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  18. Canuck Carl says:

    I had one grandmother growing up, but she has passed away many decades ago. Even when I was a young adult she would love my visits so much. I miss those visits too. Reading this it is nice to go back “memory lane”, picture her weathered face and smile that warms a room! πŸ™‚

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  22. Janice Wald says:

    Hi,
    1. I met you through Danny Ray. He featured you in his “Blog Networking” post which is how I found you.
    2. What an engaged community you’ve built, congratulations.
    3. I can’t remember what I did for Valentine’s Day. My husband and I went out I think. My favorite is the year we took the dogs with us and ate outside.
    4. Maybe you can check out my blog if you need any blogging tips. That’s what I blog about.
    Janice

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    • Anisha says:

      Hi Janice, so glad you liked it πŸ™‚ and taking the dogs along must have been great… πŸ™‚ I can surely do with some blogging tips! Will definitely go check it out… thanks for dropping by πŸ™‚

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  23. Janice Wald says:

    PS, You have so many fans, they clearly think you’re a real writer and not a “pseudo” writer.
    Janice

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