Nothing lasts forever #FFFAW #FlashFiction

Sarah loved watching the sun set. Every evening she made it a point ┬ánot to miss it. It was a ritual now since many years. Just like the sun rose each day and filled the world with light, hope and happiness that a new dawn brings, her life had seen those wonderful moments like when… Continue reading Nothing lasts forever #FFFAW #FlashFiction

We are Family #FridayFotoFiction

Kamini looked at the little one as she slept cosily in the cradle, oblivious to her surroundings. A tear trickled down her cheek. And then another. Tears of joy, love, gratitude, tears of pain for the humiliation and wrath that they had to undergo – right from the time their relationship was made public. They… Continue reading We are Family #FridayFotoFiction

The day I found my SuperHero #FridayFictioneers

Fire Fire, Help I am trapped here in the balcony, I screamed, my throat hoarse as the flames grew bigger. There was a fire in the building and most people had managed to scramble out, I was the unlucky one left behind. I waited for Superman, wasn’t he supposed to come and rescue me? The… Continue reading The day I found my SuperHero #FridayFictioneers

The perfect alibi #MicroMondays

Sarah had covered her track well,not a trace of what had transpired. All evidence wiped clean. They would be here any moment, she had to keep a poker face. Suddenly, she saw it trickling from under the fridge and froze- She secretly hoped they wouldn’t find them. An entire tub of Swiss Chocolate- who could… Continue reading The perfect alibi #MicroMondays

A Man’s Job #FridayFotoFiction

Tara looked at the clogged sink and cursed “Damn this had to get jammed today, of all the days. John is out of town and there is a strike, how on earth am I going to call the plumber?” Reena was passing by her house when she saw the door ajar and walked in. “Anyway… Continue reading A Man’s Job #FridayFotoFiction

The pain of a mother #FridayFictioneers

The rows of of branded stores, roadside cafes,her dream destination Chicago did little to cheer her up today.It had been just 2 days that she landed in her city of dreams for a business assignment. The initial thrill had subsided and she had this gnawing feeling of missing her daughter, the pain of a mother… Continue reading The pain of a mother #FridayFictioneers