Tag Archives: Twittering Tales

A Part of Me

Photo by Marc Schäfer at Unsplash.com   There was a lot that I wished I could’ve said to her. But somehow, the time was never right, till I discovered that it was too late. She’s gone now, never to return. … Continue reading

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Those were the Days

Photo by Tony Dinh at Unsplash.com This used to be the most beautiful street in the city, wildly popular among residents as well as tourists. But not anymore. Not since the epidemic, after which the cages had to be emptied. … Continue reading

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Give Me Red!

Photo by Matthew Henry at Unsplash.com I wrap myself in Grandma’s favourite blanket and wait. I can still smell her sweet scent on it. She’d been so loving, so caring, so… tasty. I just hope little Red Riding Hood has … Continue reading

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The Prime Contender

Photo by Pexel2013 at Pixabay.com Henry took one last look at the engine before he left town, forever. Not in a blaze of glory, but in ignominy. The engine would have changed his life, if only… …his cigarette hadn’t burned … Continue reading

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Home is Where the Heart is!

Photo by Jay Mantri @ Pixabay.com I struggled to hold back my tears as I looked at the disheveled pillows. They reminded me of Grandma, gone away now, forever. I choked up as I remembered her gentle smile and kind … Continue reading

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Tourist Traps

Photo by Gavilla @ Pixabay.com “Eiffel Tower? Just take a left,” I told the couple, “and then the 2nd right.” The couple thanked us eagerly and moved on. “That’s one good deed done for the day,” said my wife. “Yup,” … Continue reading

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One Night Stand

“Be mine,” she’d said last night. And so, we ended up together. “Call me,” I whispered as I was about to leave. “Wait,” she cried out. “I meant later,” I quipped. “There is no later,” she replied, “Not for you.” … Continue reading

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You Can Do Magic

It starts with one word, add a few more, and you can do magic, I said. They didn’t look convinced. Why don’t we give it a go? I asked. They nodded tentatively. The first word, I said, is Do. Do, … Continue reading

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There’s No Such Thing as a Free Cookie!

Photo by Oleg Magni at Pexels.com She wiped her sweaty brow with a floury sleeve, feeling as wrung-out as the dough she was kneading for her 28th batch of cookies. Maybe agreeing to cook for the seven dwarves in return … Continue reading

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New Beginnings

Photo by Juan Pablo at Pexels.com She saw him come down the street and her face lit up. He’d never let her down, she just knew it. He came in and they kissed eagerly. “Are you ready?” he whispered. She … Continue reading

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