By Shrikant Prasoon
50 Soul Stirring tales is a set of pleasant tales designed to advance the brain, loose it from distortions and fix with the interior spirit. The protagonists listed here are usual humans faced with their very own delusions, weaknesses and unaccountable wishes. The tales evoke the dilemmas, ache and weird joys of early life and maturity.
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I sized up the old man, who was picking up scraps of paper and lobbing them with precision into a wheeled refuse bin. “An old soldier. He limps. He was wounded. His large body is mounted upon spindly legs. Probably spent a great deal of time in a military hospital recovering from his wounds. Not an officer—he doesn’t have the bearing. Infantry, I should say. ” Montague bit the corner of his lip and gave me half a wink. ” he said. “Now then,” he went on, pointing with his chin towards the woman sitting alone on the park bench closest to the water.
Please stop! Please pull over,” I called out. “I think I dropped my phone, back there, when I fell over. ” “Blimey. Righto. ” The taxi skidded to a halt and the moment I heard the doors unlock I grabbed the door handle and was out and onto the pavement and off like the proverbial rabbit. “Thank you,” I called over my shoulder. But I hadn’t gone ten feet when I stopped dead and spun slowly around. “No, no, wait a minute. ” I returned to the taxi and bent down to be at eye-level with the driver. He lowered the window.
I’ll get this garment bag of yours stowed up front. Need help getting in? ” I shook my head, thanked him profusely for his concern, opened the passenger door, and climbed gingerly into the back of the taxi. The cabby nodded and returned to the driver’s seat. I have to admit I was a little shaken by the incident and I took no small comfort in hearing the door-locks engage as the cab drove off, up towards Praed Street. And I settled back in my seat, let out an audible sigh of relief, and then reached for my mobile telephone.
50 Soul Stirring Stories by Shrikant Prasoon