Fiction

Forlorn Notes #FridayReflections

Sunaina woke up with a jerk. Her groggy eyes couldn’t comprehend the happenings around. Thanks to the seat belt, she nestled back to comforts of the seat in a flash of seconds, unharmed. And then she heard laughter. “What’s the matter, Grandma?”, she enquired, little confused. “RTOs have shown up Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Game of Life

The clock had barely struck six, when Raghu returned home. Sinking into sofa, he dumped laptop bag by his side with much anguish. ‘Something not right. Performance pressure can be killing’, thought Appa*, as he winded up game of solitaire. “Coffee?”, asked Appa, patting Raghu’s mop. Piping hot filter coffee, Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Appetence… Beyond Means

“Nan, what’s that?”, asked Mikhail with curiosity. Ludmilla was taken by surprise. She was so engrossed in the photo that she did not notice the footsteps approaching her room. Jostled by the query, she chinned up, her eyes welling. Mikhail, was taken aback at that sight. Till date he had Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago