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August 4, 2016

Shattered Pieces

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Each anniversary a surprise would wait for her and he somehow made his gifts unique often leaving her wondering ‘if everything was real’.

This time, they were seven seas apart and she could feel his pangs of this separation; “His face is a mirror of his true feelings,” she said to herself. There Skype conversation made her uneasy as her commitments kept her away from him.

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She  unlocked the door softly and as the minute hand touched twelve she screamed at the top of her voice SURPRISE!

His silhouette was visible on the couch.

No,” she realized; there were two.


BARATHON
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Aug 4th: Caught red-handed

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15 comments

  1. Ah the stench of betrayal does carry far. Sigh.

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  2. Wow!! Didn't see that coming. Very good.

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  3. Poor dear, not on their anniversary, atleast!

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  4. Poor dear, not on their anniversary, atleast!

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  5. Oh. How sad. I didn't expect that either!

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  6. Oh. How sad. I didn't expect that either!

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  7. Oh dear! That was sad! That too when she least expected it!

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  8. She deserved better! Everyone deserves someone who will be true.

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  9. The cad. So much for surprises.

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  10. That would have been a shocker. Didn't expect this.

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  11. nice twist to the ending!

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  12. Wow! That's simply brilliant - I mean getting that effect in so few lines! Kudos!

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  13. Good one! Ira! :) Infidelity. Ugh!

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  14. Ah! I didn't see that twist coming! She did surprise him after all!

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  15. Nice twist! So sad that he used the gifts as a way to mend his relationship with her while he kept cheating her.

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