Monthly Archives: January 2018

It’s Tough to say Goodbye

I looked at the books on the shelf fondly. I would miss these the most. But now, it was time to move on. My family was not safe here anymore. The exterminators were on their way, and I’d heard the … Continue reading

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The Epic Hangover

“I woke up famished, as if I hadn’t eaten anything in centuries. My throat was parched, and my head throbbing with pain so intense that I thought that I’d pass out. I managed to stand up somehow, and started looking … Continue reading

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#100 – The Tale of a Broken Heart

Originally posted on The Daily Tales of Gregg Savage:
Once upon a time, a caring and empathetic heart had been given the job of working inside an extremely lucky body. The heart performed her role with considerable care and dedication,…

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Gotcha!

I saw her fall, almost in slow motion. I looked around, but everyone stood frozen.  And in that moment, I realized that it was all up to me now. Driven by sheer instinct, I dove towards her… and caught her … Continue reading

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Red Riding Hood

                                                         Act I This is the magical path through the woods on which … Continue reading

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The Morning After

The house looked impregnable at first glance. My brother had tried his best to demolish it, but our enemies had outsmarted him comprehensively. My eyes welled up with tears as I recalled the moment when I had received the news. … Continue reading

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Heaven on Earth

I looked at the magical scenery unfolding before me with wonder. So serene, so calm. A pity that this calm was going to be shattered very soon. We were about to land at Hitler’s winter retreat, and odds were that … Continue reading

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