Flash Fiction

A Date With Life, For Life

The doorbell rang. “Surprise”, greeted a beaming voice,  flashing a gift-wrapped box before her. Thrusting it in her hands and without waiting for permission, he walked in. She followed him without realising so. “You wont mind wearing my choice, right?”, he questioned. A swarm of dreary thoughts erupted in her Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Expect The Unexpected

It was his first day in college. A dream of studying at ‘Institute Of Science’ was about to be a reality. On the intervening night, past few years came flashing thus depriving him the luxury of sound sleep. Tossing and turning on the bed, he longed for the much needed Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Cinch Conquer

Queen Harshita looked at the fort once again. It was the best sea facing fort ever built, she thought. It had won accolades for being invincible. It had the formidable mountain to watch it’s back and vantage opening towards the gulf. Naval ships were well appointed at the strategic points. Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

The Shocking Rainbow

“Hey torpid fellas”, called Manny, from the steering. As no one responded, he checked to his left.  Sarah seemed drifted far away in her dream land.  Checking in the rear view mirror he found Mom and Dad with their dangling heads and drooping shoulders. “Damn it! Are we on a Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

The Real Pressure

“Silence! Expect the audience to have some civic sense here”, roared Mr Leo from atop. As if that was not enough, Mr Mammoth trumpeted, raising it’s trunk. Mr and Mrs Seahorse who were running amok stopped with a break. Facing the gathering they stood motionless after a long while. Mrs Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago