Category Archives: Flash Fiction

Utopia !!

Life is full of contrasts and Rainbow Housing Society was not alien to this fascinating pattern. People who possess something mostly do not realize the value of it while those who are bereft of it yearn for it with longing. … Continue reading

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Turning point !!

She had a skinny frame and long black hair which serenaded on her back. I would often see her drive in the Society precincts on her scooter. She was a teacher and every morning she would leave her flat on … Continue reading

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The Mojito #FridayFotoFiction

    He sat in that quaint café and found himself inadvertently ordering a Mojito. Mojito used to be her favourite drink. As the cold mint flavored drink went down his throat, he was overcome with emotions. He had kept … Continue reading

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The Patriot #FridayFotoFiction

I had humble beginnings. Though I doubted whether I had the right to dream, something in me said I could. Never did I yearn for luxuries like the penury stricken people around me. Driven, I had a mission as steadfast as … Continue reading

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Intruders #FridayFotoFiction

  Mount Kailash was meant to be a safe haven, an uninhabited place where no man would venture. “Whoosh” and I wake up with a jolt. At a distance I can see a huge ball of fire. I stand astounded. … Continue reading

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