Some things though small, sow bigger meanings,
And some grow bigger, larger than life,
Some things creep, spread across minds,
And some root deeper to get lost within
Some pebbles I found, along the shores near the lake I sat for some time. I realized how their unique shapes and shades manifest emotions with one another, relationship with the nature, steadiness, aloofness from the gushing of water, muteness to the surrounding. Their very existence show complexities, insecurities and their survival like sages under current of flowing water. They stay calm beneath the surface, letting their bodies wash away whatever stays above them but at the core, nothing changes.
These four stories represent human bonding. The characters in these stories display shades of hope, desire, passion, love and sheer simplicity in being human.
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