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Tiny Tale (1)

“The story of a life can be as long or as short as the teller wishes.” – Michel Houellebecq

Introducing a new section on my blog – Tiny Tales (inspired by TerriblyTinyTales which brings together writers that write extremely short stories – the size of tweets). 

 

A Moment of Love

The meal was prepared, dishes laid out. He tasted his wife’s first culinary effort. His tongue drowned in salt. His face gave him away. She noticed. They stared at each other. They laughed out loud!

I hope you enjoyed this tiny tale. Please leave your comments below to let me know how you liked it.

Cheers!

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45 thoughts on “Tiny Tale (1)”

  1. The cat sat between the two old lovers. They leaned on each other, watching a movie of hope. At the scary part, the wife hid her eyes against her husband’s neck. Sending her fear, the little fluffy cat jumped on the remote control turning the TV off and looking so proud of herself that the evening ended in laughter.

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    1. Wow Ann!! That’s such an amazing tiny tale 🙂
      Of late I’ve taken a liking to tiny tales… I think they are charming in their own way, capturing moments that big novels may overlook!
      Thank you for contributing to this post Ann, it means a lot to me 🙂

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      1. Genevieve sat in the mud, cleverly designing all of the things a society would need. She made flatware that was rounded, plates, bowls, a pitcher. She made people the color of red and yellow. When she sat back at the end of her day, she asked her mother, “Mom, how do I create peace for my people.” Genevieve was seven.

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      2. I’m short of words Ann! You are wonderful… there’s so much for me to learn from you!! Thank you. These are most valued.
        Have a beautiful day 🙂

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  2. In love everything you write.
    Like seriously,reading them makes emotions evolve.

    Just a request,
    Please do check my writeups.
    I hope you’ll love them.
    Started it yesternight…and now hoping to make each dream happy.

    Thankyou and keep sharing.

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      1. it would have been great if you could tell me how you tagged terribly tiny tale there above??

        Badly want to tag you the same way in my posts..

        p.s. New to the blogging, so if you could help.

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      2. Oh linking is easy. When you want to link something, check out the options on top of the page and find the key that lets you add a URL. Copy paste the URL in the dialogue box that appears and click OK.
        I had to figure my way around too. Glad I could be of help! Cheers!

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  3. In love with every writings of yours.
    Truly amazing how emotions emerge.

    Inspired me to write the emotions too…
    Please do check my write ups and let me know if you like them.

    and yes,keep sharing wonders. Thank you.

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