Flash Fiction

Metamorphosis

Today was a special day for Aboli. She was coaxed by her parents to go on a shopping spree, on her own. Just an iota of self-doubt was left behind somewhere deep within. Dressing up in her favourite attire, she complemented it with a Kashmiri stole. Wrapping it around the Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Essays

Motherhood Stories

This post has fetched me the “Featured Blogger” reward for the #HappySundays 24 blog hop! — § § § § § — “I laid my hands on it first, that’s mine” “But I looked at it first” “So what? I grabbed it earlier than you” “Thats because, I was little Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Micro Fiction

Paralysed Humanity

 — § § § § § — Linking this post to #MicroMondays Edition 3 hosted by @VaradharajanR and @Namysaysso This week’s prompt: “Good and Bad Do Exist” Word limit: 61 words Linking this post to #MicroBlogMondays by Stirrup Queens

By Anagha Yatin, ago