Monday, April 5, 2010

Lost Supper - 77 Fiction

Note:- 77 Fiction infers to fictional writings bounded to a maximum of 77 words.



 Lost Supper


It was already 11 in the night ...
Chintu, Bujji and Chinni were eagerly awaiting for their father...
Their burning hunger was at peak as they didn't had lunch that day also... 
Their father came at 11.30 with 2 plastic bags...
Everyone were in smiles and grabbed those bags which contained pizzas, chicken burgers, butterscotch cake and mutton biryani...
They had a delicious feast and digested everything including the fact that those food items were picked up from a restaurant dustbin......


PS : If we can skip lunch in a luxury restaurant one week in a month, we can help a poor family with food for a month.


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14 comments:

Surbhi Jain said...

A thought povoking one... Brilliantly brought out!

Shilpa said...

very thought provoking....and sad too :(

Mahesh Kalaal said...

@Surbhi...
Thanks for the pat. This is just the tip of the iceberg.

@Shilpa...
Thanks . Yea, its indeed sad but more we dig, more the horrible truths we rake up.

geeta said...

It's not a fiction.It's the hard core reality which is completely neglected.Sad it is.






P.S Looks like there is a typo error **The burning hungry** ,Shouldn't it be "The burning hunger".May be I am wrong. feel free to ignore it.

Mahesh Kalaal said...

@ Geeta,

Oh My Dog, its a blunder. Thanks for the correction and the response.:)

geeta said...

Oh My Dog..It was not a blunder at all,all your readers could understand it by themselves .It was just instinctive...I should not have pointed it out (I realized it afterwards)

Mahesh Kalaal said...

@ Geeta,
Imagine a first time visitor to wisdomism and reading along with the blunder....Holycow!!!
I am quite glad that wisdomism has got quite gud supportive readers and it welcomes all sort of rational inputs and objective feedback.
I do appreciate you.

Nethra said...

It was very touching story. It portrays the hard truth very beautifully.
:)

santosh said...

A nice one....

But just please don't read it and leave...
Remember those kids whenever you waste food in parties and functions you attend or organize.

Thank you

Mahesh Kalaal said...

@ Nethra...
Thanks buddy :)

@ Santhosh...
I Hope everyone will follow the tracks of action soon. Thanks dude :)

santosh said...

Yeah if atleast the people who have given replies follow the post then its worth writing.

Chanz said...

this is quite sad... And i just remembered the scene from th movie tara ram pam when the two kids fish out eatables from the dustbin.. sad... very sad..

Roshmi Sinha said...

Brilliantly put... as always.

P.S. It also makes me wonder... why people who are unable to feed and clothe themselves need to bring new lives into this world.

Mahesh Kalaal said...

@ Roshmi...
Thanks for the response...
Interesting point.It is quite debatable and volatile to conclude as it depends on the scenario. In my opinion we cannot say that absolutely though i agree with your point in certain aspects .
Many lakhs of farmers are becoming beggars due to the globalisation and hence the situation of destitution.
Anyway, it needs quite comprehension to discuss and analyse the reasons and consequences. May be there are many factors behind the culprit. I guess i need a new post to give my opinions..
Thanks again :)