Smuse-Father’s day

by MeeraMayaa

Apppa appa appa
I screamed in those deaf years, with tears heavy as earth
Saw you dying, had only ten seconds. Those half closed eyes staring at me, reminding me to close it. Ten straight days, still tears didn’t roll. The last promise and your last words will still ring bell, until am six feet under the ground.
That father, who wanted to hear his daughter sing, but fate had taken the hearing ability to ground level.

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