Keeping you alive

As much as I hoped it wouldn't happen, I knew it was inevitable too.

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Life

'Auntie?' , implored Ashima cautiously. Her aunt Pamela, who was making hot chocolate for her favourite niece managed to mutter a faint 'hmm?' 'I am 25 now.' Pam smiled. 'All grown up, eh?' 'Remember the question I asked you years ago and you told me you'd tell me when I was 25?' Pamela handed her … Continue reading Life

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'Will the pendant be ready by the 3rd?' Mr. Sen, the jeweller nodded in affirmative and handed her the acknowledgement receipt. Assured, Ananya left the shop and came out of the complex. Although it was early April, the day was nevertheless getting much too warm for her comfort. She realised that Manoj the driver would … Continue reading Incomplete #4