Still Now People Hear Their Voices

(miniflash story)

Once upon a time, in the heart of Vinnytsia, there stood a bizarre coffee shop named ‘PanCake.’ Nestled amidst the bustling city, ‘PanCake’ was a delightful oasis for students seeking refuge from their academic endeavors. Its inviting atmosphere and comforting aroma of freshly brewed coffee made it a beloved haven for the city’s young scholars.

Among the regulars were three inseparable friends: Alex, Maria, and Bohdan, all students at Vinnytsia National Technical University. They often gathered at ‘PanCake’ to study, exchange ideas, and simply unwind.

On a crisp autumn afternoon, the trio sat by the window, sipping their favorite coffee. Alex was engrossed in his engineering notes, while Maria scribbled poems in her worn-out notebook. Bohdan, lost in thought, stared into the bustling street outside.

As the day faded into a golden evening, they shared their dreams and aspirations. Alex dreamed of designing sustainable infrastructure, Maria aspired to publish her poetry collection, and Bohdan wished to start his own tech company.

Their laughter and conversations filled the air, blending seamlessly with the cozy ambiance of ‘PanCake.’ Still now, in the time of war, the visitors of this coffee shop can hear the joyful and at the same time muffled voices of its most loyal visitors – Alex, Maria and Bohdan. Though, nobody knows exactly where they are now, in the wartime of sufferings and hardships.

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