Dedicated to the power of visually impaired people. (Combined effort of the books My Innocent Love and The Naivety of Hearts)
Winner of Christmas Awards (Ice Cubes)
Winner of Amazing Awards (Short Story)
Highest Ranking #2 in Short Story.
"What the hell? Are you blind? Can't you see that I don't have my eyes to see whether anyone is coming in the front or not?" Udit yelled with all his strength taking out his pent up frustration. He didn't wanted to be harsh at anyone but since the day, his life changed, he couldn't help but feel angry at every single thing.
He thought that the person infront of him would taunt or mock him for being so self conscious to voice out his own state to a mere stranger, but instead he heard a small chuckle which somehow soothed his heart and mind but ignoring that feeling, he let his anger over power him.
"Are you trying to mock me, Ms. Chuckle?" He asked making Karishma smile at the name he called her.
"No, no. Don't misunderstand me, Sir. It's just I am really blind so didn't saw that you were making your way from between". She cleared his confusion revealing her real self, shocking him to the core.
A light is the most important aspect of life, since it provides the needed brightness to view the world. But what happens with those who lose the ability to view this light forever? Do they confine themselves in the dark shell or do they discover the new them, which fights and emerges the winner?
Discover the answers now, as the journey of two teenagers begins now.