Today is Friday, and since it’s a long weekend and all, it’s the day that all of us are returning back home. We haven’t returned home to our parents in a long time because of our preoccupation with our studies and college activities. Even if this holiday is not that long, only for four days, you still want to return home.
You reach your destination. Trying to contact your father to fetch you, you receive no answer. You look around you. The atmosphere is littered with dust and smoke. You’re puzzled. What has happened? You hitch a ride with a passing car to return home. Arriving, you’re shocked. Your house is gone! All that’s left is rubble. You breakdown and cry. You ask your neighbours about your family. They merely bow their heads and ask you to be patient. You just scream and scream letting it all out.
Imagine this happening to you. Returning not to your cozy house but instead a pile of rumble. What’s left of your family is simply just a photograph.
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