The last night...

Kartha knew she wouldn’t live long. His wife Sevanthi’s heart had lost most of its pumping function and was managing at ten percent of its normal efficiency. She was bedridden and lay alone in the bedroom whole day long aware of her terminal disease and the gradual count down that had commenced. Doctors had said there is nothing that could be done except make her remaining life bearable without much discomfort. She was not afraid of death, rather she preferred it than being bedridden all day long totally dependent on others. Still it was a depressing thought,not about her permanent departure but about her leaving her soul-mate and loving husband alone behind her. Though a good and intelligent man, he was not capable of looking after himself and leaned heavily on Sevanthi for even minor matters. Ever since she fell ill and in between her frequent stays at hospital whenever she was at home, she had taught him to cook simple food, entered the recipe herself in the laptop of a few items that he normally took and adequate to manage...

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The last night...

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23rd October 2009 From India, Coimbatore
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23rd October 2009 From India, Indore
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