FARM TO FORK: AS HUNGRY MOUTHS WATCH

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Yesterday, while coming back from a relative’s house after distribution of Diwali gifts, my car was standing still in the bottleneck traffic jam of Delhi. I was looking here and there to distract myself when I saw a little boy holding the hand of an even smaller girl, begging for food. “We haven’t eaten in two days, please give food. Give anything that’s food”, they repeated this one line constantly making me shiver by their misery. Torn clothes, caked with dirt, empty eyes and hungry faces over a body that was nothing but skeleton wrapped in a thin layer of skin (not flesh). Like all Delhites I tried to give them a pass, and looked the other way, but their innocent faces drew my attention to them (we are bound to ogle at disasters, psychologically proven), and I felt my airway close as I kept some money in their hands…

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6 thoughts on “FARM TO FORK: AS HUNGRY MOUTHS WATCH

    1. Thank you Dear. It was longer, but Editor’s cut 😊 When I write I fill pages, I wanna add much more. Will be posting its unedited version on my site. Please do visit again. Thank you and Happy Diwali to you too Robert 🕯

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