It was a day of self-indulgence: she bought everything she didn’t need, rarely glancing at the price-tags and  never dissuaded by them. Her garishly painted nails tapped the glass-counter a tad impatiently as the clerk did the billing. “Shall I move the balance to our charity trust?”, he asked hesitantly. She smiled-“yeah, sure’.

p.s: I owe the germ of this mini-story to a comment ss made on fb. thank you, ss.


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3 Responses to Effulgence

  1. aral says:

    aral 10W-40 Nice entry, thanks. Do you have a Facebook account?

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