Divya Krishnagiri India
One less lonely woman
She was the lonely woman who worked to survive. She was divorced by George, the millionaire. She was born on Mexico, only daughter of Robert family. She got everything till her birth. When she was 18, met George in her music class. He was an awesome player of violin. He loved her because of her kindness and care on others. Her friend Riya told that Steffy Robert was being loved by George. Now Steffy searched for George, the violinist.
The blossom bloomed in the name of love. Both decided to say their family about their love and marriage. The classes were closed due to Corona virus impact. Now she got some time with her family. She said everything about her excellent musician. Her parents decided to meet him and planned for marrying their daughter. They liked him and everything went good. Both the love birds got married and few years after he started drinking from oz on the party of his company.
Day by day he started drinking much and now became addict. He sold all his property for the sake of drinking. She said, adviced, warned, fought with him, but nothing changed. She left him at the point of conflict when he asked her to bring money from her parents. She left him, now the magical love turned to hatred, flowers to thorns, smiles to tears, blesses to curses, happy to sad. She left him and a year later she heard that he was dead. She had no husband, no child, lost everything. The hope of his return went like dust in air.
She was the one less lonely woman who lived honest for George till her death.
Once there was a bull who named as Eddy., the real hero inspirational hero of other young bulls. He got everything, even his owner's love. He had his food, practice, care of owner's family, green Valley, bath, fame and so on. One day he was taken to war where jallikattu had been going. He went under physical test. This was not new to him. He won a gold coin, fridge, Cardboard and a wooden chair. He was really happy though he was injured.
Many young ones thought to be like him. Though pain and many faces he stood still. The mother of the bull was happy and proud of her son. One day his owner lost all his vegetation famine of water, he decided to sell his colour bull. A man bought it for good rate. He was really sad but somehow he himself believed he too will take him to Jallikaatu, fed him like his owner, but things were really opposite. He was taken to the house where there was no cows and bulls. He was bought for his name and fame, no ones cared of his food. The dutiful owner fed him without love. There was no one to talk about his fame. He felt sad and became sick within few months. His owner took him to hospital and fed him but his heart longed for his old owner.
After few months he was taken to jallikattu. He searched for his old beloved one. He realised that there were no one for him. He failed by a man, the new owner felt sad and he kept the bull for sale. Finally he sold it to the butcher.
Not by money, only by love you conquer.