Underneath Ozone by Gowriha B.

Jaro graduates high school and bids goodbye for summer vacation. All she has to worry about is which stream to pursue. Science? Arts? Or the stream in the sea?

She has this thing. Multiple personality disorder, they say.

She drives to the university for her admission.

Air chimes. An unusual blow hits her hard. She dashes behind. All that her photoreceptors caught were brilliant turquoise-colored lens.

Promptly it’s between science and arts. Sole fragrance that her olfactory lobes received, ushering the remix was impuissant to rewind.

Beneath the Scorching Sun, there came again the plight to elect betwixt rainbow and Moonbow!

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