My fault?

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I am a child who loves to go to school and play with her friends. I am the one who waits for her daddy to come home and pamper me. I am a happy child trying to enjoy my childhood.

I am a young girl trying to complete my education. I am trying to learn as much as I can. I had to fight at home to take admission in university.

I am a women trying to be independent. I am doing my best to get the recognition that I deserve. I am investing same hours at work as any other person would.

I am a mother living for her child. I live to hold them, love them, cuddle them. I spend my days and nights worrying about my child. Watching them grow brings me all the joy I need.

I am a grandmother who loves to spoil her grandkids. I knit sweaters for thwm and feed them all delicacies I can. I wait for their phone calls and summer vacations.

I am not creating a havoc in your life. I am living a simple life to fulfill my needs and desires. Then why, every second of the day, one amongst many like me is tortured, raped and killed! Did I do you any harm? Is it my fault that I exist? I am even killed before I take birth. Why do I suffer? What is my fault?

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This is a break from my original posts, but I could not stop myself from penning down my thoughts. Enough is enough. I have to raise a voice now and hope you will too.

Post Author: Dishki

19 thoughts on “My fault?

    syncwithdeepeepa

    (14th April 2018 - 08:56)

    it started with a smile and made me heavy at the end.. touching post dikshi

      Dishki

      (14th April 2018 - 14:54)

      Thanks Deepa!
      I wish someday we can only have smiles at the end and no tears.

    Akshata Ram

    (14th April 2018 - 09:07)

    The recent horrific incidents in Kathua and Unnao boil my blood as well, I cant get that child’s image out of my mind.

      Dishki

      (14th April 2018 - 14:51)

      An innocent life lost for the sake of lust. We cannot imagine what her family must be going through. 🙁

    Aesha Shah

    (14th April 2018 - 13:32)

    Indeed we live in a very sorry state of a world. After repeated incidents of rape too we have not done anything. People are mute . Indeed we should raise our voice.

      Dishki

      (14th April 2018 - 14:47)

      Yes, we have so much left to do!

    CRD

    (14th April 2018 - 15:05)

    Very relevant post in the current context Disha. It is really shameful that the criminals are being allowed to stay safe. I read somewhere that it is sad that someone who eats beef near a temple is mauled to death while scum who rape a child in a temple are allowed to roam freely. Shameful!

      Dishki

      (15th April 2018 - 10:44)

      Indeed it is shameful. Who does that to a child. Depriving her of her life. Wish for criminals to be punished soon.

    Neethu

    (15th April 2018 - 07:12)

    True.. completely agree

      Dishki

      (16th April 2018 - 21:12)

      If only we can change the circumstances.

    gopaisablog

    (16th April 2018 - 16:09)

    It is the reality of shameless people who does not deserve to count in humans because they are animals. Your powerful words have give them a big slap. Hopefully, soon some strict actions will taken against such obscene incidence.

      Dishki

      (16th April 2018 - 21:10)

      Certainly they are not humans and we can hope that atleast they will get the punishment.

      Dishki

      (20th April 2018 - 00:31)

      I hope so too!

    Ruchie

    (16th April 2018 - 21:50)

    You have perfectly penned the pain of the women..girl..and every child who faces RAPE

      Dishki

      (17th April 2018 - 23:33)

      Thanks Ruchie, I can only pen down my thoughts. I hope that no child ever has to face such terrible pain ever.

    AuraofThoughts (@AuraofThoughts)

    (21st April 2018 - 08:01)

    Hope is the only word I get at the end of the post. Good post Diksha.

    Cheers
    MeenalSonal from AuraOfThoughts

      Dishki

      (21st April 2018 - 23:08)

      Yes, we can hope that future would be better.

    abhiray59

    (1st September 2018 - 14:20)

    Very profound questions, indeed! Wish anyone had an answer. Why discrimination persists for fifty percent of population in any society. In socieities where women are worshipped as goddess. Where women hold important constitutional posts. I do not know.

      Dishki

      (2nd September 2018 - 23:04)

      These are tough questions which we need to ask till we find a solution. And, I am sure one day we will look overcome it. Thanks for dropping by! 🙂

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