Monthly Archives: November 2017

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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Yearning #FridayFotoFiction

      The shop was abuzz with women thronging the place like bees collecting nectar. As I stood in the corner, I could not help but notice the excitement on their faces whenever they tried on a new dress. … Continue reading

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