Drama & Tragedy
Horace Walpole: Life is a comedy for those who think. Life is a tragedy for those who feel.
Be touched by drama, be cleansed by pain. Sad stories & touching tales in the genres Drama & Tragedy
He poured in his visitor’s cup. The cup was soon full, but Nan-in kept pouring.
The tea rose to the rim and began to spill over on the table.
Nan-in continued pouring.
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Qasim gets to the treasure, but can he get it out?
Stressed minds make mistakes. Mistakes can be fatal.
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With slave-girl Marjina, Alibaba plans full Islamic burial rites for Qasim, but how to avoid suspicion?
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Alibaba observes Qasim's full mourning rituals.
But why wash a dead body if you bury or burn it anyway?
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Another bandit marks Alibaba’s house but Marjina is vigilant.
Rosh discusses Dozakh, Jannat, Life, death...
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Alibaba went to the Hammam completely unaware of the silent executioner working stealthily in his house.
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Alibaba gratefully gifts Marjina her freedom, and sets about disposing the 37 corpses quickly & quietly.
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The Captain's pain morphed into anger.
Anger became blind hate. Hate gave him the purpose of his life.
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Thirst for vengeance rejuvenates the Captain.
He rides back to the city to discover more about his enemy
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Impostor Khwaja Hasan comes to Alibaba's party but won't eat their salt.
Like Marjina, Josh wonders why?
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Marjina investigates their enigmatic guest & performs a dazzling sword belly dance
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Dance ends in murder. Murder leads to discovery. Discovery to marriage.
But why didn’t Marjina feel scared?
"Senior Management is happy as it believes the workforce has become efficient, customers are happy because they believe the company is delivering value for money, and workers won't squeal because they need jobs. Whoever bells the cat, won't be making any friends. So, I guess for the moment, we have a stalemate."
"As long as he pretends that you are getting a fair wage", she responded, "you can pretend you're working hard. Outlast him."
Sci-fi crime thriller: Assassin
The assassin knew that one bullet, one kill, was all she needed. Did she succeed?
A suspense-full murder mystery
Bank: When she applied for the card, she agreed to and signed its Terms and Conditions.
Relative: Perhaps you could resend her a copy of those. Would you like her new mailing address?
Science Fiction: Cold Steel - Crucified
An elite commando is captured behind enemy lines, tortured & interrogated.
Can one train against pain or truth serums?
Science Fiction: Cold Steel - Escape
The elite commando journeys back to Space Sector 47B9 with the Dark Energy vials he has stolen.
Unaware of the danger…
Science Fiction: Cold Steel - Unsprung.
Captured elite commando steals Dark Energy vials, activates biological weapons to destroy secret enemy Intergalactic Lab
In the Hindu mythology story of Devayani and Kach, should Kacha have married Devyani?
Genetic engineering is a great Sanjivani Vidya, but whether in vivo or in vitro, human cloning or resurrection using borrowed genetic materials can alter existing familial relationships
"Can't she just email the bank," Hosh asked, "and just cut-up and throw your card away?"
"Some banks allow that," said Rosh, "but cards and card numbers are the property of the bank."
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