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Life is Beautiful!

I finished my 20th lap in the heated swimming pool and came out, drying my wet hair with a towel. I pressed the button on the remote, and messaged my butler to get me some Beluga Caviar. As I waited, … Continue reading

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The Sins of the Son

Photo by paulsbarlow7@pixabay.com   The woman at the door said in an accusing tone, “Your son broke our window!” Enraged, I asked, “On what basis are you blaming my son?” “Well,” replied the man, “because the window belonged to our … Continue reading

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Homecoming!

I’d returned home after a long time, but I knew in my heart that I would find her in the grove, picking up those lovely oranges. And I was right. There she stood, head wrapped in her red scarf. My … Continue reading

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Let the Storm Come!

Photo by jplenio at Pixabay.com Dark clouds gathered ominously over the city, threatening to unleash their full fury at a moment’s notice. But this time around, there were no panicked preparations to weather the storm. There was no need. There … Continue reading

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Targets Targets!

“Get up,” he called out, insistently, incessantly. I shook my head and tried to get on to my feet, but tumbled down, again. It was just too cold, and my body needed rest, desperately. But he just wouldn’t give up. … Continue reading

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Redundant!

Photo by Suzy Hazelwood at Pexels.com No one needs a postman anymore. Not his customers, the billions of hearts he used to connect to each other. Not his employer, the Govt., which now looks upon him as a redundancy. And … Continue reading

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The Royal Bodyguard

The sword almost slipped from his hand, as his opponent feinted sharply. He was weary with exhaustion, but giving up was not an option. Giving up meant breaking the trust of the king who had made him his royal bodyguard. … Continue reading

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