A characteristic Love story

My Dad & Mam in a very beginning

Finally, I dare to do write about my parent’s love story, as I once announced my intention on it. I said; “to dare” because I never could be fully aware of it, I was a little kid those days and in those seven years of my beginning to know my environment and so long I have experienced my Dad and there are vague remembrances in my memories.

As I’m digging in my dusty uncertainty, I can see some pictures of my Dad and Mam in some romantic ways, as I was just in my 5th years aged, told them they should lie down on the ground beside each other, and I pushed their faces towards one another so that their lips met… (what a child!!) And, of course, I can still hear his steps, walking to and fro, up there on the second floor, in these moments we are commanded kept silent because he was writing. He had his territory on the second floor; a big office room with books all around in the shelfs on the walls, and when he got there, we couldn’t have any claim on our father, mother was very strict there about. I understood it afterwards when I and My brother got living along. he was in the same image as a father though, he’s never been agreed with this.

Al, Dad & me
as you might see, father looks very pensive!?

And also I can remember how Dad came downstairs with his belt when we children, were not quiet enough and there was my brother Al, who got the most beatings. But also I remember, when he came down as I was sick and my mother called the doctor to come and give me an injection and you can swear that I called all gods to help me keep this unfortunate doctor away from me. And yes, there was no chance for my Dad than to come downstairs and look for these yellings and chase the doctor out of the house, his heart was in this very moment more full of love towards me than to my health or he just wanted to finish this tumult! In any case, he almost had thrown the doc out of the house and kissed me in protection; I never forget his wonderful smiling face as I lied in fever on bed as his beautiful face came towards mine.

And just a little more: I see him (Dad) sitting on the sofa, wearing his socks in an agitated and furious way and shouting to mother who were in the kitchen; “So, then I get outdoor.” I hear mother shouting back; “GO!” I’m sitting in front of him on the carpet asking; where are you going, father? Nowhere he backed!

So, talked enough, now let’s get the love story; as I do not know all about the story but heard and read about it; my mother had to get married very young, as in those days it was usual in the 1930’th. But her husband was a general and as it meant to be; a man of brutality. He loved mother but in his way; kissing and beating! They were not longer than about three or four years together and got an offspring; Soroosh, till my mother got enough and decided to scape.

She was surely not able doing it so easily as it is possible today, therefore, she got a connection to her sister Rakhshandeh (Khalle Rakhshy) of course, she was one of,,, let me count; eighth of her sisters but also, she was one of the pioneers of the fighter on the woman’s right those days.

although this picture is later of that time, I had seen a pic of her in those days; the picture showed a laughing girl, dressed in white, and I tell you; dressed very generously in compare of that time, she was working as a nurse in one of the very big and famous hospital in the big town: Mashhad, a city in the far eastern Iran, and as my Mom told us once; she had a life as the girls in the Woodstock time! She was a woman of life; nobody could get somehow near to her, she was, of course, married at the time but her husband was a wonderful progressed man who had nothing against it.

Anyway, in this picture as you see she looks in another way; that is because, as I heard, she had got versions, she got a meeting with the prophets! And I tell you; I have believed her because she knew always something happened before it happened! She had the might of divine.

Here with my Mom

Anyway, she had rescued mother, she got her in her house, a big old house and as I heard once there lived a snake in the attic, lived for many years and protected the house. To put it bluntly, I was often there; every year in the summer but never met this snake though, I have heard some creeping noise on the roof now and then when I stayed there.

So, there my aunt got the divorce for Mom as she knew how to make it those days and now she had mentioned how sensitive her sister was and found out why; her love to one of the most famous writers of that time; my Dad.

Also, she was clever enough to make an arrangement to let them meet each other; and she was sure it’d be work out; yes, my father was a very famous writer in that time and almost in the forties and my mother was just about twenty’s. In any case, she planned a meeting; she’d heard that my father was just for a short stay in the town and she lured him in the house and as he belts the ring; my aunt pushed my mother to open the door and there it happened; Mother was in love with the father through his books and my father was amazed with the beauty of my Mom when she just opened the door. then they’d got married.

Both in love

There, of course, it’s begun a challenge of love and hate! I think it is a known story of every artist’s life in the world’s history in every century. But stunningly, my mother took the patient side; I think she just argued; the man is a beloved famous writer, many women love him, as I (my Mom) do love him, therefore, everybody must endure the pain!

there; the story of unforgiven love began; my Dad was famous enough to be invited all time to travel not only in all-around Persian cities but also in foreign countries. It wasn’t enough for my Mom, there was also another problem; Dad was typical against the man; He was against Shah’s regime, and he was against Mullah’s existence; he was a Muslim believer but in divine form. He had been even hatred by clergy Muslims propaganda.

Let the politic by side, he’s been loved by many young girls, therefore. after his ageing and I’d understand it, not get so many ideas to write, my mother in her true love, decided to write him anonym love letters; so she’d encouraged him to write more stories.

I think my Mom knew there’s something especially with my brother Al 😉

I must mention it here that my father had to supply all of us but he could just write but nothing else, and he was as some artists might be, a man of arts and not of money! that was not an easy life I promise, as in the end; I might say a lasted ten years love story got its end as our parent came home after a marriage party and in the middle of the night my father got a brain attack and left us little kids and a young inexperienced beloved wife with owing much!

Wow! I didn’t think that it gets so long! Anyhow thank you for your patience and I think you will need it more if you like; because, after this, I have many to tell about our life, It goes more dramatically 🙂 Have a wonderful weekend ❤

28 thoughts on “A characteristic Love story

  1. Lieber Aladin , eine wundervolle, spannende Geschichte . Man kann sich dies vorstellen , da du es authentisch beschreibst . Schreib mehr davon , es macht Freude es zu lesen 😊. Und ja deine Mama war wunderschön und sie hat etwas göttliches .
    Liebe Grüße Mona 😊

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  2. Dear Aladin, Thank you so much for sharing more of your family story. It is quite a read! Like others have said, I’m pleased that your mother was able to escape her situation and that she and your father loved each much in their own, unique way. His sudden death must have come as a deep shock to you all. I shall look forward to reading more in time. Your story helps me understand your deep, mythical and mystical, love of all things art and writing. Love and light, Deborah.

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    • Thank you deeply my dear friend, I am actually from a writer’s family but my own way in Arts was playing on the stage and also I am a musician! Now I try to do my best as my time let me do(mostly in the weekend)
      Your words are like the air I need to breathe worthy Deborah. Love you and wishing you a leisure week ahead 🙏🙏🤗❤❤

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  3. Dear Magician, thank you for sharing with us this gift — the story of what formed your early life. I’ve read parts of it in other posts and comments you’ve made. Here, all together in one story, it is powerful. I loved seeing the old photos.
    Hugs on the wing.

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  4. Dear Genius of the lamp, thank you for sharing the story of your family and allowing us to understand more about your culture through the episodes, people you narrated about. I was impressed by the delicacy of you descriptions and the portraits of your parents. I hope, dear Genius, you’ll continue your brilliant narration, we are hungry for more now.
    P.S. I remember myself the taste of that belt in my early age. 😅

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    • Oh my dear teacher, you have sent me up to the sky, I might be careful not getting too close to the sun as Icarus 😉😄 thank you so much for your great inspiration and kind words. Surely I will write more about me and my family, there is certainly more to say 🤗🙏❤❤

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    • Thank you, Jean, surely it happens often in many other children’s life story in such countries. I’m happy that you like it 🙂 ❤
      By the way, last night I have dreamed of you! I have dreamed that you have come to this city which I live to fight for the right of keeping your child by yourself!! I have helped you by the translation (English-German) though, you have not needed so much of it because you were very strong. And finally, you won the court and we have celebrated all night long 😊😂

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  5. elainemansfield

    I love this memoir of your childhood and feel some of the joy and tension of your household. Your beloved brother Al has a fragile look. Your aunt is wonderful and your mother’s protector. (It’s always good to have a snake in the house, although my family snakes live under the porches and don’t come inside.) All the photos help me see a little more of you and the world of Shahs and Mullahs and literary power in which you once lived. Thank you for this magic real story.

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