The Magician's Wish

Jaibala/ May 27, 2014/ Short Stories/ 6 comments

 

Preeti was talking, “Don’t worry, Father is the Best. I have seen him do this trick with so many people so many times. So what if he did not cut me, he can join me.”  Priya had to smile at her daughter’s optimism.

 

Prem stood outside the door, helplessly watching as his daughter was waiting for him to come and fix her amputated leg. “I wish I was a real Magician, not just an Illusionist,” He thought.

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Academically a Microbiologist, I am a Web Columnist for popular magazines and websites, Freelance Writer and a Blogger. Words define me and writing and reading compete to be the love of my life. My biggest belief is that there is something good in everything and I always looks to highlight the best in things. Creative writing is my forte.You can reach me by dropping a mail at contact@jaibalarao.com

6 Comments

  1. Painful post indeed. I still wish you had done a happier magician.

    1. hmmmm. maybe someday will do a happier magician 🙂

  2. Painful. It is so heart breaking to see kids and their innocent beliefs..

    1. True Puja it is. Welcome to My School Of Thought.

  3. oh that is hard hitting … why do kids have to go through all this …

    1. They are so innocent they believe in miracles.

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