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By Shrikant Prasoon

50 Soul Stirring tales is a set of pleasant tales designed to increase the brain, unfastened it from distortions and fix with the internal spirit. The protagonists listed below are usual humans faced with their very own delusions, weaknesses and unaccountable wants. The tales evoke the dilemmas, discomfort and weird joys of adolescence and maturity.

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It resonates like the dull echo of pain. I was counting my footsteps, from one to twenty. When I got to twenty I began again. The music of the numbers rocked the seahorse to sleep. I hummed them to keep him from moving in the front of my stomach. I took great care not to stop singing. Along the Rue du 36 n Marie Desplechin Faubourg, as I went by, the shops were opening up like flowers. The city enfolded me in its calyx. As I walked, a name came and lodged itself in my mind. Behind the name was a bed in a hotel bedroom, and, lying on that bed I was watching a boy take his clothes off.

No, nothing’s changed. Nothing new. ’ He lowered his head. He looked at his shoes. ‘Don’t make excuses. ’ ‘Lightweight people’, he observed, lighting a cigarette, ‘are a thousand times worse than heavyweights. Because lightweights are a pain in the backside. Remember that, my dear. ’ ‘I’m going to make a hot coffee. ’ He rummaged in his pocket. He took out a packet of pale blue tablets. ’ He took a book from his desk and held it out. Summer Rain n 39 ‘It’s a story about a depressive who decides to go on his travels.

I don’t know how I’m going to get home,’ I added, thinking aloud; it boded ill for me returning to my messy apartment. ’ ‘Stay here, you can sleep on the couch. I’m going out tonight, you can watch television while you’re waiting. I shouldn’t be back late. And I’ll leave you my number. ’ ‘What things? I’ve got everything I need in my bag, my address book, my credit card. You can lend me a toothbrush. ’ Frank raised his eyes to heaven. ‘At Monoprix. The life you lead. And afterwards she’ll tell me she’s tired.

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