Savita looks at Somnath – but that too uninterestedly and blankly.
Other people there too, realized that the situation was getting worse.
“Look at him.”
Savita simply set her eyes on Somnath.
“Cry for him, bhabhi, cry.” Someone said.
“It’s important that she comes to normal.” Someone else whispered to the other.
With great efforts Savita came back to her normal self. And she simply happened to see Somnath. And she was greatly taken aback.
“What happened to you Somu?” cried she. “Who hurt you, my baby? What have you got yourself into? Don’t leave your mother like this. Will you want your mother to cry like this? Even if you are just a kid, you always wipe your mother’s tears. They are flowing in abundance now. Now why don’t you get up and wipe them off? Tell me who else other than you will do it. Get up my child.
See I am here, your father is here. All the villagers too have come to see as to what happened to my kid. Tell them that you are fine. Get up and say as I told you. They are waiting to hear it from you. Why are you lying here like this? Come. Come let me carry my sweetheart in my arms. Is this the place to sleep? Get up and come with me. I know you are perfectly good and nothing has happened to you. Nothing can happen to you.”
Turning to Somnath’s father, “See Father, Somu is not answering me. Why is he doing so? Please ask him to listen to me.” Turning again to Somnath’s friends, “At least you boys listen to me. Advise your friend about what I am pleading for.”
“Calm down Savita, calm down. Don’t speak any nonsense like this. And please have control over yourself.” Somnath’s father tried to calm things down.
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