Thirty Seconds Tales #18: Daddy’s Girl

{Front door creaks open and the figure of a young woman appears into the nearly dark room. Another figure, that of a man, appears from the door on the far left of the room. He switches on the lights. The young woman winces at the bright lights.} ‘Where have you been all this time? Do you…

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I Can’t Just Be Me

How can you ask me to be ‘just me’? I’m the biggest contradiction Of my own beliefs. I’m a sailor, I’m a pirate, I’m a cop and a thief.   I’m that notorious statesman Making policies that no one needs. As well as that bloke shivering in the cold Waiting to make a dollar, To…

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Fone Free Day Reminder

Hey, Fellow Bloggers and Darling Readers! It’s the last Sunday of the month tomorrow, and that means it’s time for another – Fone Free Day! This small initiative undertaken by Deepika from Deepikas Ramblings, and me has entered its 7th Month now, and though I didn’t observe it the last month, owing to Dusshera celebrations at…

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We Are The World Blogfest – Month 8

Hello Everyone! It’s the last Friday of the month and that means it’s time for the We Are The World Blogfest – Where humanity and light fight the darkness and despair of the world. Our kind co-hosts for this month are – Shilpa Garg, Sylvia McGrath, Mary Giese, Belinda Witzenhausen and Guilie Castillo.   Please head over to their blogs to read…

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Thirty Seconds Tales #17: Something Broken

A four-year-old says to his babysitter – ‘What is cloaked?’ ‘Covered.’ ‘Then what is clocked?’ ‘Something to do with time, or achieving something. Please, not now. I’m trying to find my phone. I don’t know where I put it… Did you see my phone?’ He doesn’t answer. After a while. ‘What is croaked?’ ‘Aargh! Can…

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