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the uncut story

Let’s go back to 1993, when seventeen years old Mr.Sen’s future was being written by his parents. As the eldest child he was to follow in the priestly footsteps of his forefathers. But his interest in art was paving a different road for him. Naturally, his father, who considered art as an unorthodox lifestyle, immediately disapproved.

His mother was the one who introduced him to art, hence she was sympathetic. After a few discussions Mr. Sen was allowed to pursue a college degree, granted that he returned to provide for his family when the need arose.

So when his father was afflicted with arthritis, Mr. Sen left his star-studded career to deliver his promise. In the years to come, he got a job as a teacher, he married and raised two daughters.

Today, if you ask him, if he is happy? Does he regret choosing family over art? The notoriously jolly teacher replies that he holds no regrets, and life is amazing for him. He immensely enjoyed his youth, and is now surrounded by loving people to grow old with.

But if you are to visit his classroom on Saturday afternoons, you will find him sketching a beautiful lady over and over. So now the next questions for us will be, why isn’t he able to finish his mother’s portrait? Because of the love, gratefulness and respect he feels for her, or because of some pain she still besets him with?

πŸ™‚u satisfied now? or wish for another part? leaving at this point feels the best to meπŸ˜…what do you think?

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12 responses to “the uncut story”

  1. Hahaha leave us ponder upon what the true answer between the two options is.

    Nice readπŸ‘πŸΏ

    1. Hey jermena!! Thank you!

  2. Well well..this sounds like the plot of a book I read in Goodreads… bahut buildup diya hai, continue karo rii

  3. πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒβœοΈπŸ˜‰πŸŒΉ

  4. Hahahahaaa another questionnnnnnn, why do you do this evil πŸ˜‚
    Amazing story tho!!! Finally content 😌.

    1. πŸ˜ˆπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      yayy!!

  5. you are indeed devil incarnate, one more cliffhanger

    1. πŸ˜‚i went where the story took me!

  6. It is a good story this way. As a reader, I can feel the pain that art caused him. Something his mother introduced him to, and something he had to leave. His inability to complete his mother’s painting is linked to him not being able to pursue his art career. This is a profound story!

  7. His mother’s life is not yet finished.

    1. Ahh that’s a good point!

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