The Daily Cuppa
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The Daily Cuppa

Water droplets on clear glass

The chill breeze gently whispers your name. I toss the umbrella on the brightly gleamed pavement. Eyes closed, I raise my hands and tilt my face towards the sky. An avalanche of shimmering diamonds collapses on my skin.

Raindrops trickle down, washing away disconsolate tears that flow unbidden from my eyes as they travel to the ground. I clutch tightly to the brittle fragments of my world as my heart drenched in countless emotions.




Wow! Did you notice that? It was your day flying by. This publication is your place to enjoy stories of 150 words or fewer about plants and people, wild animals and pets, gardens and food, how-to and how-not-to — written to inform and delight. Did I mention humor?

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Esther George

Esther George

Writer • Dreamer • Storyteller • I write about discovering and living your best life now.

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