On Time's Tide: Two short tales of time and love
A fragmented mind seeking an anchor.
We are all bound by time. How should we spend those finite moments we have? Who should we spend them with? How do we come to terms with the fact that one day we shall have no more time left? In these two short stories, our protagonists must confront these questions and try to find their own meaning in the answers they find.
The Monolith: "Would Michelangelo’s David still be revered today if it had been ten inches tall and made of papier-mâché? Would his biblical scenes enthral millions of visitors every year if he had just painted them on the ceiling of his local tavern rather than the Sistine Chapel’s?" - An artist seeks to create a master piece that will stand the test of time. But what does he stand to lose?
The Sound of Waves: "It is dark, but I can feel you near me." - An unconventional love story in which time and narrative diverge from familiar paths.
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