Saturday, 9 March 2019

Trustworthy Black Coffee #writebravely

She: They called me "Black Coffee" and laughed at me.
"I hear a thousand kind words about me and it makes no difference yet I hear one insult and all confidence shatters." – Rupi Kaur
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Her sister: Why do you consider it as an insult?

She: My skin-colour is dark and I'm skinny, but does it give them the licence to call me "Black Coffee"?
Her sister: A simple Google search shows the advantages of Black Coffee.

She: You're right!

Her sister: Always see the positive story!

She: I'll name the book of my life's story - "Trustworthy Black Coffee". 

Her sister: Great! Chapters?

She: Origin, Ground, Watered, Filtered, Boiled, Timed, Sweetened

Her sister: Sounds like a rich coffee! Waiting to read the first draft!

100 Words story (excluding the quote)
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Chosen as a WOW post here

I’m Writing Bravely for the Write Tribe Festival of Words – March 2019
This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda.
WOW: Book Of Your Life Story

Do you take the insults to heart? Or do you see the positive side of the story? Do share in the comments below.

8 comments:

  1. That's a good one for the prompt, Anita. Seeing the positive in a negative situation certainly gives you the strength to deal with it better and also helps you to think of effective solutions.

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  2. Great take on the prompt, Anitha. Now I want a sip of this rich brew. You can make it into a longer story

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  3. Amazing! I love these sisters.

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  4. Nice one, I loved the style you wrote it in. Sister is very wise in converting the negative into a positive.

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  5. Great take on the promt ... both the wow prompt and the wtite tribe prompt.

    http://natkhatz.com/health/the-best-proof-of-love-is-trust-writebravely/

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  6. Such a witty, succinct one! Loved, loved and loved this decoction, Anita.

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