When you believe in miracles

When you believe in miracles

The wounds are healed fast

The dew drops never leave the summer flower

There is a constant sunshine in the winters

It will not die in the summer, and no

Chance of dying in the winter

When you believe in miracles

Everything around seems brighter

Things only die to be reborn again. Nothing

Is grey, all possess a healing power

Only when you believe in miracles.

About Author /

Deepika Rai is a PhD research scholar at Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla, India. She has written a handful of short stories and research articles. Her first story "Not Until She Gets It Back" was published in The Tribune, “Nomad” in Fiction Quest and her recent story "Standing on the 26th stair was published in prestigious The Statesman. Deepika has been working as a freelance content writer for a long time. An art lover, she has also worked as a teacher, and pencil sketching is one of her hobbies. Besides her teaching and research career, she has two art exhibitions to her credit.

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