Short Tales

She did everything for them.She could not live for herself. They said,you are responsible for your own life
She did everything for them. She could not live for herself. They said,”You are responsible for your own life”
Finally, after marriage, he expressed his love to her. She lived unmarried.
Aur kuch nahi means either there is lot to tell or you are boring
Age does not matter. You can have fun anytime. The old lady regrets for not having fun in her twenties
Behavior is vital in a relationship. The rest does not matter. She was rejected because of her size.
All colors are beautiful. Black and white photos are classy. Irony, this thought did not apply for skin color.
The old business man tried to remember the best moments with his family  & friends. He found bulk of financial accounting registers and meeting schedule diaries.
Good morning. 
How are you?
Miss you.
Good night.
Hidden feelings made this simple conversation daily.
Spend time with people who really matter. He regrets today for not proposing her.
A child loved drawing birds and butterflies all the time. He wanted freedom from his parent's daily fights.
Potion or a complete poison. He got a day to spend with her and a lifelong to think about her.
Both were independent people. One could cook & do self-work , but did not have a job life. The other one could earn well but neither cooked nor did any self -work.

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33 comments

    1. Aniela-Maria Codita says:

      The naked truth! The one related to hidden feelings touched me more than others because I realized how often that happens in many people’s lives.

    2. Neil Alvin Nicerio says:

      I agree with you. This is actually a great read.

  1. Brittany Vantrease says:

    So many of the are so sad. I would hope better for each one.

  2. delhifundos2014 says:

    I am so in love with short stories, short films and short theatre. I have always loved the art of saying a lot in a very short period of time.

  3. Very interesting short tales. I love how many of them contradict each other or make you think a different way.

  4. This is so true and meaningful! Thanks for sharing this πŸ™πŸ™

  5. Bernadeta says:

    Really enjoyed reading this!

  6. Everything On A Plate says:

    Are you familiar with the page terribly tiny tales

  7. Eileen M Loya says:

    I like the one about the child drawing birds and butterflies. His emotions are expressed through his art. I love this short tales collection. I hope there’d be more!

  8. Kristine Nicole Alessandra says:

    I like that i have come across these short tales. Sometimes we can express our feelings more with less words. Thank you for sharing these.

  9. These short stories do make you think. They are small lessons about how the small things in life matter.

  10. Love this unique article. It’s not everyday I come across such inspiring quotes.

  11. Raja Zeeshan says:

    Heart felt stories some of them are really sad ones.

  12. Loved reading them. So touching. Yes, colour doesn’t matter we say, and still we judge. And yeah, children start finding escape mechanisms. When there is chaos in family.

  13. Jaana McEntee says:

    Very interesting quotes, enjoyed reading them

  14. “Aur Kuch nahi means ” it means threre is soo much to tell :D, hahhahah this one remind me lot of memories !! so true and relevant !!

  15. vivirewellness says:

    Very touching, saved this post to share.

  16. panushwari says:

    Nice set of stories – liked the second one.

  17. Quite unique and wonderful read! I love the short take about our skin color while classy black & white

  18. Elizabeth O says:

    Such simple lines but hides a deep meaning..It made me rethink life in general.

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