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December 12, 2011


Love this one ! Do keep writing.

The story is beautiful. I get layers of meaning in it!
By the way, the painting is wonderful too. Who is the artist?

Thank you Shreyasi & Malati. The artist's name is Alfredo Dagli Orti.

Your story flows as if a single drop of rain falling down from the sky, joining the river, roaring throught the spillway and then coming to settle in a quiet eddy. A story that lingers with one for days after reading. I bet there is more battling it's way out of your head, write on!

Thank you, A Mirrade.

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