A Bloody night #FridayFictioneers

Sammy always got that sinking feeling in the pit of her stomach whenever she passed St Mary’s Street. It was one of the most beautiful places with a pristine lake nearby but her body went cold every time. She felt like something very bad had transpired here someday though she couldn’t recall any such experience.… Continue reading A Bloody night #FridayFictioneers

A Dream Life #FridayFictioneers

They all sat around Pedro, wide eyed as he narrated stories of the awesome life in Venice. Far far away from poverty, a dreamy world lay, where people took rides in gondolas or enjoyed their coffee at the Piazza. They longed to live this life like Pedro, the rascal had got lucky. They pictured him… Continue reading A Dream Life #FridayFictioneers

The magic plant #FridayFictioneers

Grandma Suzie always turned to the magic plant whenever we faced any troubles. She would sit by the table, place her palm around the plant and mutter something- her eyes tightly shut. It has magic in it roots- any troubles, bad days, illness, it has a solution to everything. As a child, I earnestly believed… Continue reading The magic plant #FridayFictioneers

My secret wish #FridayFictioneers

Its snowing today- they call it “Beast from the East”. As much as I hate the cold wind hitting my face and my toes that get numb, the inner me is thrilled beyond words. Heavy snowfall means no boxing class today. I pretend to like it as I fear the wrath of my Dad and… Continue reading My secret wish #FridayFictioneers

It happened one snowy night #FridayFictioneers

I loved the snow, I could sit by the window for hours staring at the snowflakes as they changed the entire landscape- from green and brown to spotless white. My friends loved the sun and hated winters, they thought I am weird. Then one day, Jamie broke up with me on a snowy winter night.… Continue reading It happened one snowy night #FridayFictioneers

Moving on #FridayFictioneers

It was time to move on, say good bye to the house she grew up in which was now a dilipidated building. She would miss the good old days when they played in the courtyard without a worry, plucked mangoes from the trees.She would miss those hugs by grandma which magically took off all her… Continue reading Moving on #FridayFictioneers

Arranged Date #FridayFictioneers

“I am terrified of these rides, not sure I can handle it” said Jo, eyeing the monster “Tora Tora” fearfully. “This is so much fun, come on lets do it. I love such rides” Emma’s excited voice drowned his fearful one. Few minutes later, they were seen laughing as the capsule moved higher up. This… Continue reading Arranged Date #FridayFictioneers