Cutting Chai
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Cutting Chai

Tea Tales

Not Everyone’s Cup of Tea

The tea she’d made for everyone got appreciated by all.

It was only after she herself drank it that she realized how their love for her was far better tasting than the tea itself.

Photo by Loverna Journey on Unsplash

Note: The above microtale is an excerpt from my book The Untold Stories. The book is a collection of 131 such mictorales.

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