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by Deepa Vaishnavi
(Bangalore, India)

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The following day, despite having decided to return to Germany early, walking towards the security gate at the Airport was the most difficult thing for Andy to do. She was after all leaving her heart behind.

“Don’t go Andy”. Words spoken in a much loved voice stopped her in her tracks. “I love YOU. Your voice or lack of it does not matter.”

Andy stood shell-shocked. Kannan had just stated THE reason for her unexplainable behavior.

The fact was - she could not speak. Andy had lost her voice in the accident.

Gently turning her around, Kannan said, “I love you for your passion, courage and conviction. Be my wife, my partner for life. Stay.”

A few steps away stood Vijay, smiling and silently encouraging Andy to allow Kannan into her life.

Held lovingly in Kannan’s arms Andy realized she had indeed come home.


The End


P.S: This was the First prize winner of Short story contest held in November 2012.

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Jan 11, 2013
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Thank you Ms. Kumuda
by: Deepa Vaishnavi

Dear Ms. Kumuda,

Thank you for your feedback. Am glad you liked this story.

Have a nice day.

Regards,
Deepa Vaishnavi

Jan 08, 2013
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immensly readable
by: Kumuda

Dear Deepa
Let me put before you my thought process as Iread your story.
So here is a romantic story, the type of story that the movie blockbusters of nineteen sixties were made of..But what is the matter with me? Was'nt I a great fan of those movies?I did enjoy them immensly as I am enjoying this story now.It is readable.Has a beautiful narration and a mature style.I am enjoying every word, sentence and the language.
The story though predictable shakes you in the end.Richly deserves the prize it won in the competition.
Congratulations.

Jan 07, 2013
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Thank you very much for the comments
by: Deepa Vaishnavi

Dear Ms. Swati Aiyer, Ms. Hema Shasta, Ms. Vimala Ramu, Ms. Abitha, & Nuggehalli Pankaja madam.

Thank you very much for the encouraging feedback.

This is the first time I have written for Induswomanwriting, and am glad that you have liked the story.

Dear Ms. Lakshmi Menon - thank you for having organized the contest thus giving me an opportunity to try my hand at short story writing.

Thank you all once again. May you have a wonderful 2013.

Jan 07, 2013
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Good
by: nuggehalli Pankaja

Very well woven story, with a beautiful unexpected ending!

Jan 05, 2013
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Oversight - have added my name now
by: Hema Shasta

Sorry, Admin - that was my comment with reference to Deepa Vaishnavi' future being filled with more than five stars. Pardon the oversight.


Jan 05, 2013
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Beautiful narrative
by: Abitha

What makes a story special is not really the plot but the way it is narrated. Your narration shows a mastery of style and a coherent flow. It made for very delightful reading. Keep writing.

Jan 05, 2013
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Sweet
by: vimala ramu

A very sweet tender story.

Jan 04, 2013
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Excellent introduction to a budding author.
by: Anonymous

Charming, touching and gentle - I see more than five stars in your future! Congratulations, Ms. Deepa Vaishnavi.

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Jan 04, 2013
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Home Coming
by: Swati Aiyer

Hi Deepa,

Enjoyed reading the story. Very well written and beautifully narrated. Look forward to reading many more from you.

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