Mindly Spirit

Unsplash image I walked ahead, following the bright rays streaming from the gaps between the canopies of the tall trees. I was getting tired, but something compelled me to forge ahead. My last memory had been of sitting before the fireplace, sipping brandy and finalising the seating arrangements; when I found myself alone, trekking in... Continue Reading →

Checkmate

A late post for Go Dog Go Cafe's Tuesday Writing Prompt- Finish the phrase “You tried to ruin me, but I…” Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels.com "You tried to ruin me, but I wish to thank you for your efforts," Sneha spoke as she sat before him, forgoing any unnecessary small talk. Seven years later,... Continue Reading →

The Key to The Mission

Image- Lhairton Kelvin Costa at Pexels Adrenaline surging through his system as his heart pounded in his chest, Saksham thoroughly searched the man he'd just managed to knock out. Empty wallet, loose change, some receipts- but nothing incriminating. Damn it! ~**~ The death of two agents (one assigned to ops back-up) had cast a shadow... Continue Reading →

The Boy and The Tower- #writephoto

"This statue, a homage to the brave General Helon was built in the 17th century by..." Savannah drifted away from her parents and the tour group, all of whom were raptly listening to the tour guide's mechanical rendering of the history of this quaint little town. A picturesque place with pretty little houses, a farmers'... Continue Reading →

August of My Dreams

The August of my dreams, had blood splattered on its seams But the tri-colour had flown so high, as our nascent nation like a butterfly Had spread its wings, ready for the golden springs. All our martyrs who were slain, on the path to freedom gain Their ideals have been left behind, for the new... Continue Reading →

He Found At Last

Boden came from a family of distinguished cat-mosaps, with some unique and beautiful cat traits that manifested in each generation. Now, there were not many experimented subjects left in the world, after The Great War. So, these ani-mosaps were regarded with respect for enduring the 'mad-phase-of-experiments'. But Boden could care less about this. Now teenagers,... Continue Reading →

Their Tale

There was a tale. A tale of war, loss, love and hope. A tale of times past and present. A tale set in a place nowhere and everywhere. The tale of Tanya and Arim. They were the firmest of friends, running around the town on imaginary quests, despite repeated scoldings. Up the blue stone steps... Continue Reading →

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