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I Remember That Painful Moment Well

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I well remember that painful moment when this world of restlessness and indecision, which had been hanging over me for several days, suddenly disappeared and all the difficulties became easy. I feel that my tears are flowing uncontrollably, what has happened to my eyes, I will consult the doctor in the morning. I thought and then got lost in the dream world. "Asher" was constantly bothering me
My eyes were constantly fixed on my body, which was stretched out in the frozen morning due to winter as if a dead body had been pulled out from the ground. he reached down and stood near the phone and then dialed the number. Doctor, please come home without asking.
The old pistachio tall fat skinny doctor came in and checked my pulse then examined my eyes with a pencil flashlight I tried to make noises but couldn't.

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Is it accurate? is he? Asher Halkaya Dr. Idris put all his tools in the bag and spoke in a serious tone
Yes, it is a fact that Aini is no longer in this world.
I had already informed you.
Yes, you said, this accident can happen at any moment. Dr. Idris said while leaving, "I am so sorry Asher! There is a fixed time for death, but I wonder how Aini managed to drag the carriage of life for so long."
Asher shed two tears in response.
I suddenly felt a new wave within me and managed to move my body and thought
"What is death really"?
Actually, I did not consider sin as a sin, I just kept on considering this life as law and nature, but gradually my intellect was saying that I am wrong.
Asher once again ran towards the telephone and dialed the number.
"Kiran! Everything is fine, don't come now. A little carelessness will ruin everything."
Asher's words were hitting my mind like a hammer, I reassured myself that I was dreaming.
I am a chronic patient, now I think how difficult it must have been to live such a long period of life and for Asher to be with me. Now my funeral was carried in the coffin, all the relatives were present, and Kiran was standing far away and was watching. No one was listening to my voice. I was alive, it was just a dream, then I thought maybe I am wrong and what the world has decided will be the reality.

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I well remember that painful moment when this world of restlessness and indecision, which had been hanging over me for several days, suddenly disappeared and all the difficulties became easy. I feel that my tears are flowing uncontrollably, what has happened to my eyes, I will consult the doctor in the morning. I thought and then got lost in the dream world. "Asher" was constantly bothering me
My eyes were constantly fixed on my body, which was stretched out in the frozen morning due to winter as if a dead body had been pulled out from the ground. He reached down and stood near the phone and then dialed the number. Doctor, please come home without asking.

The old pistachio tall fat skinny doctor came in and checked my pulse then examined my eyes with a pencil flashlight I tried to make noises but couldn't.

Is it accurate? is he? Asher Halkaya Dr. Idris put all his tools in the bag and spoke in a serious tone
Yes, it is a fact that Aini is no longer in this world.

I had already informed you.

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Yes, you said, this accident can happen at any moment. Dr. Idris said while leaving, "I am so sorry Asher! There is a fixed time for death, but I wonder how Aini managed to drag the carriage of life for so long."

Asher shed two tears in response.

i-remember-that-painful-moment-well

I suddenly felt a new wave within me and managed to move my body and thought

"What is death really"?

Actually, I did not consider sin as a sin, I just kept on considering this life as law and nature, but gradually my intellect was saying that I am wrong.

Asher once again ran towards the telephone and dialed the number.

"Kiran! Everything is fine, don't come now. A little carelessness will ruin everything."
Asher's words were hitting my mind like a hammer, I reassured myself that I was dreaming.

I am a chronic patient, now I think how difficult it must have been to live such a long period of life and for Asher to be with me. Now my funeral was carried in the coffin, all the relatives were present, and Kiran was standing far away and was watching. No one was listening to my voice. I was alive, it was just a dream, then I thought maybe I am wrong and what the world has decided will be the reality.

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