Fiction

Fatal Attraction #FridayFictioneers

“Time to visit your favorite Kasbah’*, announced Amina as she secured ‘Shayla’** for Sarah with a broch. Sarah clapped, with joy cascading from her bright eyes. “Mashallah, you look so beautiful”, said old Amina in shaking voice, looking at Sarah. “Umm”***, said Sarah hugging Amina. “You will stay by my Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Why Not?

She had walked up and down the cobbled street for most of her growing up days. Thousands of steps she would take each morning with her father to reach her school had the silent company of the closed shutters of the haute couture boutiques, famed bakeries, and shops of prominent Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

If You Cant Run, Fly

‘If you can’t run…fly’, words of his mother echoed in his mind as he glanced through the window from his bed, at the blue sky dotted with wandering clouds here and there, complimented by the flock of the returning birds, that evening. Reaching for the file and a pen with Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Patchwork Quilt

“Do we really have to?”, she asked earnestly, as she secured herself with the seat belt after settling next to him. With his tight grip on the steering wheel and not wasting even a moment, pat came a reply, “No second thought about it” As the car made its way Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

A Sequestered Thorn

It was the D-day. She thought so. So, did he. They have been dating for about five months now. Things had worked well between them. Rather one could see the sparks flying when they were together. He was waiting for the opportunity to pop the question. Her birthday sounded apt Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago