Imaginary friend(s)

Every time she entered her room, her imaginary friends asked her if she was alright. And every time she replied with an affirmative. Yes, I’m okay. Why do you ask this every time, she sometimes queried.

That one day, when they asked her if she was okay, she said “no” without a moment’s hesitation. And every time from then onward, her reply was always a negative.

They knew then, that they didn’t have to worry about her anymore. She was alright, and would be.

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4 thoughts on “Imaginary friend(s)

    • Yeah. When she said no, they knew she had stopped pretending and would eventually find her way now. Hence, they didn’t need to worry anymore, and left. She grew out her imaginary friends, by learning to face reality.

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