Friday, September 15, 2017

New Life

#Friday Foto Fiction

“Hello, Komal Are you ready”

“Hi Rajeev, Yeah we have reached”

“Ok we are coming”, said Rajeev and disconnected the call.

Few minutes later, they all were gathered in a restaurant.

“Guys, she is my sister Radhika. She was born as a girl child, but with a soul of boy. She wants to spend her life with a girl and that is why she is still unmarried. Everyone thinks this is a taboo”, said Rajeev and introduced his sister.

Radhika was wearing blue denim with olive green jacket. She had small hairs and looking exactly like a boy from the back.

“I understand Rajeev, how people react when a girl decides to live her life according to her choice. My family also thinks the same, but now we will take care of our sisters”, said Komal and introduced her sister, Poorvi.

Poorvi was wearing blue denim with black jacket. Radhika grabbed the hand of Poorvi and they started walking.

Eventually, two birds were free from their cages!!!

-By Gaurav Yadav

This post is part of #FridayFotoFiction held by Tina and Mayuri 


  1. Lovely theme....written so nicely and conveys a good message.

    Prasanna from Team Mocktailmommies

  2. Yet another wow post, Gaurav. Your take on the prompt is so impressive!
    Thank you for writing for #FridayFotoFiction

  3. Wow, you gave it your own twist Gaurav, loved your take

    1. Tried to write something different Thanx for the comment.

  4. The freedom to live life per your terms is liberating. Nice to see the families support them in their decision.

  5. More power to such supportive family. Good message :)

  6. Neat and straight to the point. I like the style of writing .. superb

  7. Dear and near ones accepting people they are is the greatest gift ppl can receive. Nice write!

  8. Acceptance is the key to freedom. The girls are lucky that they got people around them who are compassionate!
    Impressive story!
    -Anagha from Team MocktailMommies

    1. Thank you Anagha. Glad that you liked the story.

  9. A child is a child no matter the sex or gender. Very nice tale Gaurav. Thanks for linking up with #FridayFotoFiction.