“Why did you lean it from me? Does that mean you don’t believe me enough to tell me about your work any more now?” She stared at him while he was all quite dabbling his lower lip with his tongue.
She looked at me. I was standing by their side, looking at both of them, wondering how the faith and believe flew of two childhood best friends like this. What about their love and trust which everyone used to give examples of?
“Please yaar, calm down, don’t make it a really big issue now.” I thought I should say something. I never saw her this look in last 8 years or since the time I knew her.
“You would not understand this. You were never married.” She said adiing “and I think that is really wise decision.”
They looked at each other, She angrily and he calmly.
“I din’t hide it from you. I just thought will tell you when the right time would come.” He finally spoke softly.
“Don’t you dare to utter a sigle word of lie from your mouth. God! I am so damn sick of you now.” She shoultd and closed the door on our faces leaving us two behind looking at each other.
“I think I should leave now” I said and he nodded to agree.
I left their house wondering that how love and trust fades slowly when you see the reality of life in a manner which you never imagined of. That why they call it "Bitter truth of life"