If at this moment time stands still, And I can change one thing. It would be the time itself.
I will take it back to the time when my grand mother was alive.
I want to meet her.
I want to tell her, I have never seen a face as kind as hers.
I want to listen to all the stories that my friends told me their grand mothers told them.
I want to share my little secrets with her.
I want to spend some time just giggling with her.
I want to hold her hand and go for slow walks in the garden.
I want to catch butterflies with her.
I want to eat pickles she made.
I want to hide her specs and tease her.
I want her to run after me on the terrace.
I want her to meet my kid and bless him.
I want to sleep next to her and share my dreams with her the next morning.
I want to play board games with her.
I want her to listen to my little achievements and praise me as if I am brilliant.
I want to cuddly coo with her.
I want to go to temples with her.
I want to share my childhood troubles with her.
I want her to take my side when my father is mad at me.
I want her to scold me.
I want to put my head in her lap and cry.
I want to help her put thread in the needle.
I want to do some thing for her.
I want to tell her that even though I never met her, I miss her, badly.
Time deprived me of one of the blessings almost every one is born with. It took my grand mother away even before I was born. Now if time stands still, I will get my dues back.