There was once a lean frail girl who, due to her actions, did not have any friends, nor did any of her peers ever interact with her. She was closed, lonely & broken but hopeful in her own way too. One day, she comes across a companion that sticks with her and truly understands her. Before she’s contented with the state of her affairs, life bumps up something for her. “Ghostly Girl” by Sharon Mathewtells how life sometimes offers us what we hope for on a silver platter, however, with an ethical cost attached to it. It reveals how it is upon us to decide if we do the right thing and live with it or continue doing the wrong thing for our temporary happiness. Either way, it is we who make our reality.