The Soul and the Witness: My Last Return

12 07 2007

This story is very dear to me for many reasons. The girl in the story is a reflection of at least two women, whom I met fleetingly, yet left a deep afterthought in my psyche. The reader should not understand that the writer fell in love with both of them. No, at least not with one of them. Just a bitter sweet rendezvous for a fleeting moment. One more reason is, it showed me what I can do. I would like to believe it’s a good story with lots of different technical points to note. There was no mention of the name of the most important character of this story. Its written in a very brisk style and so on and so forth.
Without much further ado, read it and let yourself lose in that world in which protagonist often finds himself when he is in his sitting all alone amidst the lap of Nilgiris.

My Last Return

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1 09 2007
Magsearch :)

truely nostalgic… even yur stories have a poetic flavour !!

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