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Friday Fictioneers- 2 May 2014- Candlestand

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Friday Fictioneers- 2 May 2014/Candlestand

 

Copyright - Renee Heath

Genre- Humour

Word count- 100

 

Candlestand

Sometimes telling truth is beneficial.

‘I came to steal the gold candle stand.  I was waiting for the candle to burn out, it took so much time that I dozed off.’ 

The thief explained to the owner of the house who startled him by a kick in the shin.

‘You fool! Didn’t you notice the electric wire connected to it? It’s a showpiece, that melted wax is artificial.’

Owner started laughing; tears rolling down  his cheeks.

I have not laughed since my wife’s death. Now run away before I call the police.’

Embarrassed thief ran out like a bullet.

 

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About Indira

I knew all along that life is about, love, compassion, compatibility and friendship, but now I have discovered that life is also about sharing thought, encouraging others and getting encouraged. So here I am with my blogs about life, friendship, love, and whatever life has taught me.

23 responses »

  1. This was lovely – and a lucky escape for the thief too!

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  2. Lovely tale. Very gentle.

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  3. Indira, what a great story. All it takes is a stupid, truthful thief and a charitable homeowner. I love this.

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  4. I am bowled over. You used the simple truth so well.

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  5. Hi Indira,I loved your story.

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  6. LOL That’s funny.

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  7. Loved the gentle humour in this, wonderfully told.

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  8. Dear Indira,

    It amazes me how many stupid people there are in the world. You’ve shown us one.😉 Love the humor.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  9. There really are plenty criminals this stupid, fortunately. My favorite story is the man who tried to run away from the police at night while wearing the shoes that light up. 🙂 Your story is amusing in such a humane way, Indira. Very good.

    janet

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  10. I like the way you easily moved from silly thief to gentle home owner. I’m glad the “bad guy” brought joy.

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  11. delightful! guess the thief was not only on the foolish side but must have been tired as well. ha-ha! love your story, Indira.

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    • You are right dear, considering about the hard work they have to do whole day. Thanks for reading and commenting.

      On Tue, May 6, 2014 at 6:03 AM, Indira's Blog wrote:

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  12. swathishenoy

    you are good with words girl!! creative! am loving reading ur posts🙂

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