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You Will Always be Mine By lailamehtaab Characters: 13638

Updated: 2018-12-15 00:02

"Nida?" Kanwal stared at the girl standing before her with her eyes wide open.

"Assalam o Allaikum, Kanwal." Nida gave her a sweet smile.

"What are you doing here?" Asked Kanwal, striding towards her.

"I am here to deliver you to someone." She laughed embracing her, "It's good to see you."

Kanwal was taken aback by her behavior. She was the other girl aside Kanwal, who was chosen by the Black Eagles on the convocation day. They were classmates and had many formal chats but wasn't close enough to exchange such greetings. Perhaps the solitude from everyone from her previous life changed her and when Kanwal thought about it this way, she found her situation relatable.

Kanwal patted her back, "It's good to see you too."

"Come, she is waiting for you." Nida quickly apart herself from Kanwal and started to drag her to the back of the house.

"Madam, you are not allowed to take Bhabi there." A guard came running towards them.

"I was asked to take her there by Auntie." Nida said to the guard and he silently stepped aside.

"I don't understand why Ahad Bhai doesn't want Auntie to meet you." She kept mumbling in irritation while marching towards the door.

Kanwal was hearing the words reaching her ears but her attention was on the path which was leading them to the garage. She was surprised thinking that the entrance of the other side was from the garage. She has been in this area but it was obvious that she never approached it.

Now when Kanwal realized that this part of the house is intended to be hidden from everyone. Therefore, she was memorizing every single detail of it. IThey were walking on a small passage and across from it was a house. Kanwal stared at the house for quite a long time, trying to recall some memories which were long forgotten.

"I don't know why this house looks familiar" Kanwal murmured unintentionally.

"It was Arsalan's house. Ahad bhai's best friend. Do you remember?"

As soon as Kanwal's mind register the words Nida spoke, every memory regarding Arsalan started to play in her mind like a film. The guy named Arsalan, with the same built as Ahad, straight dark brown hair, average complexion, glasses on nose, covering the eyes which were full of life. He was Ahad's best friend since college and he used to call him 'Jiggar'. Arsalan lived on the last street of Shareefabad and he died in a car accident. How can she forget about him? She still remembered how Ahad isolated himself from the world after his death.

Suddenly it all clicked. Spontaneously, she turned her head to take a look at the place where she was standing, "Thi-this is really Arsalan's house?" Her eyes went wide, "Then the lady inside is his mother?" Kanwal asked Nida and she nodded in response.

With a loud gasp, Kanwal covered her mouth, thinking the pitiful state of a widow who lost her only son. She remembered her mother going to Arsalan's funeral and she was very depressed after coming back home. She told her that Arsalan's father passed away when he was a little kid, his mother never remarried and gave her entire attention to Arsalan, who also ended up leaving her at the age where every parent needs their child. It was hard for Kanwal to imagine the pain of Arsalan's mother, but when she saw her own mother tearing up on just telling about it, she sensed the intense feeling of motherhood.

Kanwal often thought of how his mother would be able to live her life when the only source of her life was gone. Being a soft-hearted person, she always prayed that no mother has to face such fate.

"Are you alright?" Nida put her hand on Kanwal's shoulder.

"How am I able to face? I cannot face her. It would be too cruel." Kanwal shook her head violently and now she understood why Ahad didn't want her to meet Arsalan's mother.

Ahad and Arsalan were friends, classmates and of the same age, there was no way that his mother would not think about her son after meeting her. There was no way she wouldn't long to meet her own daughter-in-law, Arsalan's bride. It breaks Kanwal's heart when she thought abou

ce me since you can have anything just by asking." Ahad said, circling his arms around her.

"As if it is true." She mumbled, looking away but didn't struggle to get free.

He smirked, "What do you wish to know?"

"Why didn't you tell me about Arsalan's mother?" She gazed back into his eyes.

"Because you have never shown any interest."

"Don't turn this on me, I told you once that I hear noises from the corridor but you avoid bringing up the topic." Ahads smirk widened on hearing Kanwal's angry tone, "And do I have to ask every single thing from you?"

Ahad nodded with a smile, it irritated Kanwal further. She tried to push him away but he tightened his grip while laughing.

"Leave me, it would be awkward if someone sees us like this." She kept struggling.

"Why would it be awkward? You are my wife."

"Just leave me." Ahad silently left her and start walking towards the exit while holding her hand and Kanwal followed him obediently.

"I don't want to hide things from you. The problem is that I don't know how much you can digest if I tell. You are not used to living in the way I live now, you are new to this world. I am not sure if throwing everything at you at once would be good."

"There are many things that are already thrown at me even if you haven't wished for it."

"You sure talking a lot today." He turned his face to her, "Did you eat anything strange today?"

"If you had told me about Arsalan's mother before, I wouldn't have gone to her like this." She mumbled.

"Like how?"


Ahad arched his brows, unable to understand what she meant.

"I was overwhelmed by sadness, I couldn't even console her properly or say anything." Ahad gazed down at her grip which kept tightening on his hand.

"Sorry, my fault. I never thought of it that way."

"Why didn't you want me to meet her?"

"I was afraid because of her mental state."

"But today you weren't?"

"I ordered Nida to take you to her if she insists."

Kanwal let out an audible sigh, which made Ahad turn to her again. He never knew that it would affect her like this or else he would have tried to fill her in little by little. Her lost sad eyes were wandering around as she followed his lead, without concerning that she would fall if she didn't watch her step. It was the blind trust she has on Ahad that he would never let her face any harm. He realized it now and a satisfied smile formed on his face which instantly faded when he stumbled upon the first stairs but regained his balance before he could fall. He turned to Kanwal who was giving him an incredulous look.

"Sorry." With an embarrassed smile, he leads her into the house.


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