Photo prompt © Sandra Crook
‘Nothing seems to have changed here.’
He was coming back after thirty years. He had to reschedule a couple of meetings. At his deathbed his father had insisted that the cremation should be done when his sons were present.
‘I just can’t understand……you could have gone ahead with the cremation…..the Japanese team is here for two day only…. I would ….’
The driver, who was his father’s closest friend, refused to break his silence.
As they reached the home, the driver said, ‘Your father loved army; he could have risen to the general’s rank but he chose to bring up his motherless boys.’
A post for FridayFictioneers on a picture prompt.
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