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The Perils of Cycling

Cycling long distances, especially on rough, hilly terrains can be a perilous exercise indeed, as Jean Pierre was discovering to his chagrin. Photo Credit: C.E. Ayr The first major challenge, of course, is the call of nature, and when and … Continue reading

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The Fall

Ralph stared unblinkingly at the T-shirt on the wall, along with photos of him and his brother, Waldo. Photo prompt courtesy Susan Spaulding Both of them had been big fans of Maradona, but Waldo’s love for the great footballer bordered … Continue reading

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A Night to Remember

Jake and Nick saw the music hall, and suddenly, there was a spring in their steps and a shine in their eyes. After all, this was the hallowed ground which had changed their fortunes last night. Photo Credit: Susan Spaulding … Continue reading

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The Beggar

It had been a long flight, and now I was exhausted beyond belief. But just as I was about to collapse, I saw the bench in the park. He was sitting on it calmly, eating a double cheeseburger and coke. … Continue reading

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A Father’s Love

“I’m sorry dad, I failed to catch that fish,” Ernie confessed to his father Steve with a heavy heart. Steve knew that if his son lost confidence now, he would never be able to make it in their world, so … Continue reading

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The Cleaner

Photo ¬©¬†Dawn Miller Looking at the lovely path meandering through the forest, you would find it difficult to imagine the state it was in till just an hour ago. Cleaning up the path had been back-breaking work, but someone had … Continue reading

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The Snowman Who Came In From The Cold

The villagers watched him leave with tears in their eyes. No one knew where he had come from, but a snow-globe had crashed in their tiny village a month ago, and he had crawled out. whimpering, broken, and bruised. The … Continue reading

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