Once upon a time, there was a small girl named Kiki. She was an orphan and was raised in an orphanage owned and regulated by an old couple who went by the name The RoofGivers. The girl’s parents were wealthy but on a tragic night, died in a car accident which had brought Kiki to The RoofGivers door. The name Kiki was also given to her by the RoofGivers. They both loved her as she was the brightest among all. Beautiful as her mother and sharp as her father. They had all the hopes from her, that when they would sell her to some wealthy and desperate to adopt couple, she would earn them a fortune.
Kiki, unaware of The RoofGivers foul heart, loved them as parents. Since, she was unfortunate to have experienced how the love of a Parent for his child is like, a single pat on the back from The RoofGivers would make her overwhelm with happiness and pride. Other children in the orphanage were jealous of her as she was the one who would get the most attention from the RoofGivers. She would always try to make them happy and try to get their pat on her back.
Kiki was beautiful and smart. She was good at studies and had her own dreams, though her studies and dreams both were minimal and small. She would manage all the children at the orphanage, do all the chores, and what ever time she got, devoted in studies. She would dream of wearing new colourful clothes, of eating a plateful of delicacies, of Reading Books that she would buy with her own money, of getting loved by The RoofGivers. With each passing day, she was growing but her dreams were not getting fulfilled. The RoofGivers were getting anxious and worried and desperate to sell her off until someone still wanted to adopt Kiki. Though Kiki was a gem, no couple wanted to adopt a teenage girl assuming raising her will be tough work.
One day, The RoofGiver fell very sick and was in a desperate need of money for medicines and stuffs and decided to sell Kiki off to a family which needed a helper for caring her new born child. Kiki was furious, she couldn’t believe the RoofGivers had abandoned her. Although, she was aware that some couple came from time to time and adopted some of the children at the orphanage. She had never cared to think The RoofGivers would give her away. She thought they loved her.
Kiki was in a new house. This house was big but people were less. The orphanage had always seemed overcrowded. This big house was supposed to be Kiki’s home and these people were supposed to be her family. Though they had asked for a helper for her child’s care, after weeping secretly for about a month or two, Kiki accepted them as her new family.
to be continued…