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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

3WW: Always Happy

This story written below is a true incident and the character is me

I am a happy-go-lucky girl. When I was in high school, I used to get thrown out of my class for being a very naughty kid. Being asked to get out of the class, with my attendance marked were some joyous little moments.

Once, while I was asked to stand outside my classroom as a punishment. I was playing with paper planes and paper boats.

Suddenly, our professor comes our of the class and says in Marathi* "Nirlajj sada sukhi" (Ignorant/Shameless always happy)

*Marathi is an Indian language spoken in a Maharashta

This post is written for Three Word Wednesday 481

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

FFAR: Dome

Dooms Dome they called it.

It had a mystery around it, many believed that this dome brought doom to whoever stands right below it at12 pm in the noon when the sun is right above.

Its history no one knows, but its myth the whole town shows
Once a fine young man challenged, he stood at 12 pm under the dome.

In a week hr got married, to the prettiest girl in town.

Where is the doom he asked?
Married men of the town jokingly said “You are married, now your doom starts”

This post is written for Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers

Thursday, May 19, 2016

FF: Wait

PHOTO PROMPT © J Hardy Carroll
PC: J Hardy Carroll
Her parents never approved her relationship with this womanizing, 15 years older, four times divorced, still married man.

But, for the 20 year old’s rebellious eyes her parents were always wrong & her lover man was right. Her world revolved around him.

One day, they planned to elope to a different city & get married. He asked her to wait at the train station.

She waited and waited for 10 days.

She grew up from a girl to a woman in those 10 days

This post is written for Friday Fictioneers

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

3WW: Crazy Fans

Secrets of the fed
They made an enchanting statue of her

Anyone saying anything against her shall be beheaded was their rule

The were crazy, they were fanatical

One day, she herself decided to see her much publicized statue

She dropped in as a surprise

With tears in their eyes, giddiness they felt

Their goddess herself has graced her presence

They didn't want her to leave

Little did she expect, that they would tie her up in a golden casket
And bury her alive under her statue

That place now, has become holier than ever for them

This post is written for Three Word Wednesday - 480

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

FFPP: Today I shall be free

I had been waiting to hear those words my entire life…said the ghost of Adira who has been trapped in this mirror by that damned curse.

"The day a married virgin in white, 
when the sun shall shine bright, 
When those eyes of color blue shall look into you
That is the day out of this mirror you shall come through"

Today, this "just married" blue-eyed bride, is here to set me free. Her body, I shall use for the things, I only wished.

Today is the day, when 2400 year old Adira, will be 24 again.

This post is written for Flash Fiction for Purposeful Practitioners

FFAR: Going Away!

Hi Guys,
I am Hirvi. My name is inspired from an Indian language "Marathi", it means Green
Suits me!

Well, I saw this poster today, with my picture.
Don’t I look cute?
 And it said “Venture across America” & asked ‘where will I go next?”

Hmm..well let’s see…how many options do I have?

Very few


Because I love the green, I love the jungles but you human’s have destroyed everything I loved & made green jungles into concerete jungles
You stole my home, you dried my river.

Now, you ask me where will I go next?

I will go extinct. That’s where I am going next EXTINCT

This post is written for Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

FFPP: Conversations

“Didn’t you bring a shovel?” asked One to Two with a grin on his face

"No, actually I think that man who comes here everyday while we sleep has taken it with him" said Two with a smile on his face

"Fine, Now turn down the fire lantern, you know we hate light right?" said One

"Ok" * pause and eerie silence

"Hey, One, I found the brush...now lets start tickling everyone who is sleeping around here" said Two
"Dude, what is the point..all of us are anyways forever smiling" said One

Resigned & tired now Two said "Fine, lets just clean our tombs, its sunrise time" 
And they vanished

Sun rose slowly, and the first rays of light fell on the cemetery where more than 1800 people are buried.
One and Two and skeletons of someone who is buried here, and its known that skeletons do not need tickling, they keep smiling always

This post is written for Flash Fiction for the purposeful practitioners

FFAR: Stories

I am old
I am not just anybody
I have driven thousands of  miles
Every drive I have gone has a story
I have painted words of my story through my pictures
I am not just a car
I am a head-turner
I am the story-teller

This post is written for Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers

Friday, May 6, 2016

FF: Bird's Eye

PHOTO PROMPT © Roger Bultot
PC: Roger Bultot

Bird's view

When the whole world is going wireless

We birds still prefer the wire

Keeps us grounded you know

 This post is written for Friday Fictioneers

Thursday, May 5, 2016


An old story of twins in a small town
They looked alike, but one brought smile while the always would always frown

One was unselfish & nice
While the other twin people would despise
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Love happened to the nice girl
With the town's most eligible bachelor

Jealousy killed her sister inside
She wanted to be the bachelor's bride

Their looks that matched
An evil plan the twin hatched

She kidnapped her nice sister
And threatened to kill her

The evil twin took her sister's place in the altar
She was too sexual & acted amoral thought the bachelor

He probed more, and here is the winding of the story
He found out his real girl with some help of the others, 

The evil sister's plan was exposed
From that town she was forever disposed

That evening while the good sister stood at the altar
Her bachelor promised to protect her
From that day on, they lived happily ever after

This post is written for Three Word Wednesday - Week 478

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

FFAR: The Wait

Alomeda was the most beautiful girl in the Roman province. 

Many suitors lined up to ask her for marriage. One of them for Promeous, a well-built man, who has been in love with Alomeda from the time he saw her 10 years back.

Alomeda was to sail to the other side of the world, and her only condition was that she would marry the man who shall wait for her till she returned.

Many men stood for years, but slowly the crowd of men started to diminish. Alomeda, never came back but Promeous still stood there waiting for her return.

This place is flocked now by lovers, to pay respect to the legendary lover, Promeous.

This post is written for Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers