Tag: Flash Fiction

Flash Fiction

The White Light #FridayFotoFiction

Lying on the death bed. He thought. “Can someone please switch off this light. Its blinding. Wait. But my eyes are closed. Am I dreaming? Oh goodness. Am I dead? Gosh. So, Is this the white light everyone talks about, which you see in the afterlife? But, why is there a glass staircase? And who …

Flash Fiction

Kay Sera Sera! #FridayFotoFiction

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“Kay. Sera Sera. What will be. Will be.” She loved this tune and hummed throughout her pregnancy. She even bought a toy for the crib which played the same tune. That day too, Neela was humming this tune while holding her stillborn child. She has been an optimist her entire life and so when God …

Flash Fiction

Is Respect Everything? #FridayFotoFiction

Two years back, Shalini couldn’t have thought of even entering these stores, let alone buying from here. Though Mohit was her client, they soon developed a bond. He respected her and her profession, unlike others she’d met so far. She was extremely beautiful, representing a lotus. The reason people were attracted to her in the …

Flash Fiction

The Delivery #FridayFotoFiction

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Was he responsible? He didn’t sign up for this. Or did he? Knowingly? Many such questions were swarming his head while he read the newspaper. Was he the reason? Hungry and with just the pair of clothes he was wearing, he was found lying on the footpath. In bargain of ample of food and much better …

Flash Fiction

The Fire Inside Him #FridayFotoFiction

Addiction for alcohol

His liver had been in a miserable condition and had almost given up, not able to hold with his addiction for alcohol. He was advised to give up drinking if he wished to live. He had been a teetotaler for six months now and was extremely happy. More for she finally said yes to him. And …

Relationships

He Waited For Her #writebravely

He Waited For Her

Every day he saw her in the morning, brimming with energy, ready to begin the day breathing fresh air and then her walk.  Every day he waited for her to notice him. Every day he thought that this might be his day. And, every day she passed him as if he didn’t exist. But, today …