A Psalm of Life
By Hiranya Borah
Copyright 2017 Hiranya Borah
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This is one of the smallest novel which can be read within five minutes with only one line in each chapter totalling 253 words.
Hope my readers will love the story.
Thanks to my readers and friends and above all my family for their constant support to write something usual and unusual. I love them all.
Thanks to Shakespir for publishing this story book along with my other books.
Chapter I: Neglected Child
Arun was born to a middle class teachers’ family and as, unfortunately, he was an unexpected child for the couple, was neglected by the family and publicly humiliated by his father just for fun when he was a child.
He was more studious and intelligent than his siblings and started doing better results in academics from his early days keeping with him good qualities, like helping attitude, truthfulness and honesty in financial matters et al.
Chapter III: Sex Maniac
But he had acquired one bad quality in his life; he became a sex maniac having same degree of affinity for young boys and girls and started sex life at a very early age of fourteen.
Chapter IV: He Loved a Girl
At the age of twenty, he fell in love with a girl in true sense only to be rejected by the girl citing social and economic disparities between them, with an everlasting devastating effect on him.
Chapter V: He Married a Girl
After getting a good job he married a beautiful girl from a good family who gave him two wonderful children, but she never loved him despite of his efforts to win her heart.
Chapter VI: Last Dream
Remained hungry for true love, he landed in a brothel where he found his true love along with HIV and died few years later at an early age of forty with full of happiness and contentment of life and keeping a financially secured life for his family.