Thursday, March 26, 2009

Wishful thinking...

Someday, I will watch my little princess grow into this big shot doctor.

I'll make sure she gets everything she needs. Just everything.

Oh, she'll turn into this most beautiful woman - tall, with big brown eyes, brown hair and dusky, like me.

She'll marry this handsome boy. What will he be? A doctor, too? A film star? Hmm. Film stars are very good-looking. Let her marry a film star like Shah Rukh Khan. Or maybe his son? Then she'll roam around in so many different cars. What a lovely couple they will make. My baby a famous doctor, and her husband a film star. They will have two healthy babies, just like herself. Oh, what a proud grandmother I'll be.

She will be so happy, that she will not remember me too often. Good. It is not nice for a daughter to keep remembering her mother's house too much, after she is married. But I will miss her every morning when I open my eyes. My little bundle of joy.

She adjusted the little girl tied to her body with a cloth, and was all set to board the train that was pulling into the station. Now if only her husband had kicked her on the right hip instead of the left, she wouldn't wince everytime her baby moved. Never mind.

She entered the train and began shouting out to the women, Rubberband, bangle, clip, earrings le lo....

6 comments:

The Shmoo said...

OMG! I thought that was really you.. lol! It struck me that this post was fiction when the font changed. I thought Moo wanted her daughter to marry Shah Rukh Khan's son. LOL! I loved this one!

Lamont said...

Nice ...... but why do u end all the stories with a sad ending,,,its good... but i think u can do much better....

Sreejit said...

This one was very good. Keep them coming!!

Rahul said...

Oh that's very nice, very good observation!!! Keep it up Moo!!!

Mikachu said...

Fuck. Took me back to our pigeon-infested F5 where i read 'My Daughter Lives'.
Write more of these bastard.
And make em longer and print- bind them so i can sob while I'm siting at the Reception desk waiting to be rescued by my Blond Prince. . . . .

Monica said...

A very interesting read, Moo. Well written, it keeps the reader engaged. :)