Monthly Archives: November 2017

Success #FridayFotoFiction

    She always had an urgent desire to be successful. Studying hard and reaching the top would make her successful, she believed. And she did reach the top. She worked laboriously earning both moolah and fame. Days turned into … Continue reading

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Teddy Bear #FridayFotoFiction

  The walls of the room are so pink and shiny that they hurt my eyes. The embellishments are over the top and seem unnecessary. As I am about to close my eyes and do some retrospection about my life, … Continue reading

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The Impersonator #FridayFotoFiction

  I walk towards the corner house taking unruffled strides. I am a plumber today. Impersonation is an integral part of my job. I ring the bell and find myself face to face with a woman who looks as desolate … Continue reading

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The Power Lies Within …

(This story won ‘Muse of the Month October 2017’ at Womensweb) Sushila locked the door of her dilapidated house in a hurry and took long strides as she was getting late for work. As she sauntered on the bumpy Mumbai … Continue reading

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Stop Judging

(This story was shortlisted for ‘ Muse of the Month September 2017’ at Womensweb )   Neelima closed the door and took a sigh of relief. She stood there and kept staring at the wall clock. The tic tac sound … Continue reading

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