DP Daily Prompts: Imaginary Friend
Many of us had imaginary friends as children. If your imaginary friend grew up alongside you, what would his/her/its/ life be like today? ( didn’t have one ? Write about a non–imaginary friend you haven’t seen since childhood.)
I did not have an imaginary friend, I did have a real friend, her name is ‘Farida Jan’
She spoke Persian language at home, in school she spoke English. Ours was a school where the medium of instruction was English, we were not allowed to speak any other language in our classroom. We did speak Urdu which was the local language. I learned it as a child because we lived in cities where Urdu was spoken.
Farida my non–imaginary friend was very quiet like me, which is why we became friends. She had a fair complexion like the Iranians. She was the only child when I met her. I have no idea if she had any other siblings later.
We were separated when I was twelve, we left the city where we lived after my father passed away. I do not know if she continued her studies, perhaps she did , I know nothing about her now!
Some friendships may not remain physically together but they eternally remain in our hearts. A sign of true friendship despite the distance. I hope your friend is well wherever she is. God bless her 🙂
Thank you for your wonderful comment, I also hope she is well.
Thank you for sharing this about Farida Jan. We hope she is well now.
All good wishes,
Thank you Robert and I hope so too.