Written for Sonya's Three Line Tales #249. Write three lines inspired by the photo prompt.. photo by Lavkush Gupta via Unsplash A silhouette against the pale orb, the Watcher perched on the bare branches. A pale hand, with bony fingers rose as the hysterical crowd quietened down; the creatures shifting about in excitement and anticipation. Triumph... Continue Reading →
Written for Sonya's Three Line Tales #244. Write three lines inspired by the photo prompt.. photo by Girl with red hat via Unsplash Arun and Rima met at the entrance and moved hand-in-hand, down the vine-entwined arched passage-way at the park they met four years ago, . They exchanged their own seven vows, interspersed with laughter and kisses... Continue Reading →
Written for Sonya's Three Line Tales #243. Write three lines inspired by the photo prompt.. photo by Dave Goudreau via Unsplash Yes, we dreamers and believers, having kept faith with you despite your blatant misuse of authority, have finally woken up to join the wave of protests that some brave souls started. Along with your loud speeches of... Continue Reading →
photo by Kazuo ota via Unsplash Ahana had been uncertain when given the opportunity to finally showcase the accessories collection she'd slogged over for months. Adding to that, her costume designer had bailed on her at the last minute, leaving her to improvise by draping the models in uniform ballet costumes. Backstage, Ahana awaited anxiously for her... Continue Reading →
Reader Discretion- Death.
photo by Mennie via Unsplash "Should we buy the black one or the grey? What do you think, shona?" Rupsha asked as she compared both the stereo systems, the Croma assistant patiently waiting behind her. Not getting a verbal reply, she turned to find her daughter missing which incited a frantic search through the second floor of... Continue Reading →
Her grandfather had taken this picture, of a locale known for its natural beauty; back when the Earth was still resplendid and thriving. Indigo dissipating from the sky as the rising sun dappled the fields in purple and lavender; the distant mountains a silent witness to God's miracles. Sitting before her holo-screen, Ziera sighed; with... Continue Reading →