a matter of

“…principle”, she said firmly between her sobs. “You are being very emotional and sentimental, she is just a 6 year old, and clearly they do not understand the difference between right and wrong yet”, said Satish, her husband. Continue reading “a matter of”

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Volleying nicely…

“Sorry sir, your room is in another section of the building, you have to come down to the reception floor and go to the 4th floor from here for breakfast”, the voice on the phone sounded cordial, but I thought there was a tinge of “haven’t I told you this last night when you checked in?”. Continue reading “Volleying nicely…”

Jump with you

“There is inspiration all around us, if we pause to sense it and draw from it”, teased John looking at Joshua and drawing a deep breath of the cool evening air. As the golden orange light of the setting sun flooded the valley and the slopes of the mountain that they called the blue hammer, the two men paused on their way back to their lodging on the hill-top to soak up the majestic view yet another time. Continue reading “Jump with you”

Grow responsibly

Tommy was a short man in his early seventies, but he looked like he barely crossed 50. He was strong and tough and as swift as a young bear moving through the forest. “Lived all my life in the woods. When I was young, I bought a piece of land in the diveten national forest and built a cabin for myself, Continue reading “Grow responsibly”

The Relentless War

The rivalry between genines and artifs was on for centuries dating back into the far unknown past. Each clan claimed that they were pure and somewhere, somehow and at some time they got polluted giving rise to the other. They killed each other in the open with no regard or fear of getting caught. They both believed in their might, although on a given day one clan overpowered the other. Each had their strengths and war strategy. Continue reading “The Relentless War”

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