Sheer Twist of Fate
This morning I visited grandma at the hospital, swept my palms over her body and wiped away her illness. She has been suffering from throat cancer and at stage four, there was no assurance that she would last a year or even a month.
Yesterday, tears cascaded down my cheeks as the doctor told us how the G-tube was dislodged and grandma needed surgery, but mother refused to let her go through it because she was frail. She was coughing out blood which smeared the piece of cloth mother was holding close to her, no voice was coming out of her mouth and having lost vigor, she was carried to the washroom whenever she needed to be there.
I melted when mother almost fainted upon seeing our patient, all hale and hearty. My family could now afford to smile. It was overwhelming to see my relatives chat happily with grandma who kept reassuring them that they had nothing to worry about. She was feeling new, she said.
Having wanted a happy and healthier life for everyone, I have provided a cure for every disease out there and made the human body cells not multiple abnormally. I have softened the hearts of the mean wealthy people who find it hard to extend a helping hand. So pure are they that they are creating vacancies where none existed. The greedy ones are now content, the selfish selfless.
The pattering rain has made the environment look richer, the green carpet being highly attractive with healthy plants and blossoming flowers. The animals couldn't be healthier. Rome was not built in a day, but yes, change is now inevitable thanks to my omnipotence.