Tag Archives: India

Can’t Even Give It Away

The river tour was almost over when their guide, Singh, pointed to impressive ruins. “This was the castle of Prince Prakash in 1034 AD. He studied the secrets of time and space.” “Ooh,” snickered Lydia. “Did he achieve Oneness?” “No,” … Continue reading

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Belief – Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers

Belief Adit looked on with pleasure at the bridge spanning before the waterfall. “The tourists will love it, Devaj!” he enthused. “We’ll make money hand over fist! Is it ready yet?” “Not yet,” said Devaj, studying engineering drawings. The two … Continue reading

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Tamal and the Willow

Tamal found the willow while escaping from the Smith brothers. The bullies chased him nearly every day, but on this day Tamal tried another escape route. Muscles burning and breathing hard from the long chase, he was too exhausted to … Continue reading

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