Monday, October 15, 2012

Theme 167 - Darkness

From @TheScotchGirl: Shanti was the most helpful girl on the block. Her neighbours always wondered how she managed her handicap. Shanti acted like nothing was wrong with her. She didn’t have her sight, big deal! Funds were arranged via a rich childhood girlfriend. She wanted this school for the blind, only way to shut her darkness away.

From @DNRamki:  He hadn't slept for three days now, thanks to the project. And now, even after it was done, sleep wouldn't come to him, thanks to the dog outside. He had to end this misery.

Within a few minutes, he came back, said a prayer and slept in absolute peace. The night had just turned darker.

From @roshd: Shanti Avedna is where they admit the terminally ill. The inmates are mostly cancer patients who are in great pain. The nuns here administer morphine to ease their suffering and give them great love. After death, they have such a peaceful expression you'd think they've gone from darkness to light. That's what love can do.

From @minolajekar:

There was an extra spring to her step today, her mum lay out her favorite dress.

She was getting a sibling, a constant companion. She was getting a new leash of life, her eyes in her constant bleak dark world, he was going to be her hope, so much more than a seeing dog.

From @quratzafar: I keep waiting for you to come back but my tears shut out my sole vigil and now all that remains everywhere in my world is darkness.

From @loveblackmesa:

It's pitch black dark inside.

Suddenly waking up to sounds of screams and cries made her wonder what time it was. She opened  the door, walked down the hallway and saw her mother sitting on the floor, crying. There were bruises on her face, hands, everywhere.

She stood there helpless. It's pitch black dark outside.

From @maruwahna:

Two sevens fourteen,the seven years screeched dutifully.

Dude,no.The capacitor goes into the third socket,the nerd reasoned. This revenue model time sustainable ,the Armani clad tycoon stated.

In a distant corner of the city,Anisha sorted plastic.She wanted to learn,but baba thought a world of darkness would suit her best .

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