As he walked out,  he was reminded of the first time he saw them – at his murder trial for having killed their daughter as part of gang initiation. He was going to spend the rest of his life redeeming himself in their eyes. They had asked to adopt him instead of “life without parole.”


4 thoughts on “Redemption

    1. Will you believe it this idea has been in my head for over 3 months? I had been working on trying to save the twist until the last line… I guess it worked to some extent. Thanks Sudha for all your appreciation.

    1. It’s never easy to try to say something in such few words, especially for someone like me… I use 200 words where 2 would suffice, generally. So your comment means a lot 🙂 Thank you!!

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