” A Day to Die, When The Sacrifice Opened The Door to Forgiveness” by Rocky Romano

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0131152145-00 (1)This story is not real. It’s fiction. All the characters, names and situations that appear here do not exist. Any resemblance or likeness to this story is a complete and utter coincidence.

The day was cloudy and cool, elements that give the scene of this story, melancholy feeling,whose stillness pervaded the soul…as times omens of what would be unforgettable day in the small coast town of Seaside. That morning, Athol woke up like every morning at 6:00 am, he followed the  routine of every day, prepared the protein smoothie, drank it and went out of his house, stretched his body and trotted up gym, that was a block from his home. Upon entering the gym, everyone cheerfuly greeted Athol…he is the son of a famous Italian immigrants family, who lived for more than fifty years in this beautiful city, there had been born forty-five years ago, all the people loved…

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