Orphaned


I was over the moon. Coming out of the dark, I was not sure as to where I am.

I was primed up with snow white silk-satin clothes. My look was complete with a hood that was cushy white and had a handmade lily-white lace at the edges. Admiration in the eyes of the onlookers conveyed that I looked just perfect!

I was placed at a vantage position. The gleaming yellow lights were now trained on me, giving me the princely aura. I just couldn’t have asked for anymore!

But I missed those bear hugs, buttery touches, warm snuggles, cries and giggles…

As the days changed to months, I was no more prim and proper. One fine day, I was handed over to the orphanage. I was orphaned at the birth in a swanky showroom! 

My fate as the display crib model, led me to the company of equals...

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Word Count: 150

Its my contribution to #FridayFotoFiction by Tina and Mayuri


Comments

  1. This is a very different take, Anagha. Tbh, I read it twice to understand. And when I did. I was like wow. This is unexpected. Extremely nice take on the prompt, bud. :)

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    1. Thank you so much for reading it twice. Thank you for appreciation!

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  2. Amazing!! I didn't expect that one.. Awesome take on the prompt. My vote goes to you :) :)

    Regards
    Rahul

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    1. Thanks for praises Rahul! I owe you dear!

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  3. This was a unique take! Wonderful narration, I must say!

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    1. Thanks Neha for appreciation! Thanks for visiting.

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  4. Ah! The fate of the crib! Fantastic take on the prompt, Anagha! You are getting awesome at fiction!
    Thank you for writing for #FridayFotoFiction

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    1. Thank you so much Mayuri for the appreciation! It means a lot to me! Every prompt, right since beginning has been a choicest selection. Its absolutely fun and thrill to write for #FridayFotoFiction

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  5. Wow! What a take on the prompt, Anagha! One of the best I've read in quite a while.

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    1. Humbled by the shower of praises and appreciation Rohan. Thanks for visiting !

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  6. This was a very unique take Anagha. The fate of the display crib! Thanks for linking up with #FridayFotoFiction.

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