Today My Father Dies

Disclaimer: if you haven’t read part one yet, click here

23rd, March, 2007

Time: 8am or thereabout

All of a sudden, I feel this emptiness in my heart, it’s like a part of it has been taken away. I suddenly feel tired. The assembly is taking way too much time than I had expected and the standing is wearing me down. I can’t wait to get back to class.  Our headmaster is speaking, he is talking about something to do with class eights being the engines of the school, but I am not really listening, my head is everywhere but here. Continue reading “Today My Father Dies”

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