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
Fiction

Zero Sum Game

The mobile rang in the dead of the night, sending shivers, as I expected the worst. “Sergeant, she is breathing her last”, informed the voice on the other side. Without wasting time, I raced out of the house and drove my car at the break-neck speed to reach the clinic. Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Yes, to Life

Receiving the emergency call, I directed the constable to steer our patrol van towards the Madhuban Society that was in the heart of the city. While traversing the lanes and by-lanes, my mind was occupied with the thoughts of the Society. It was one of the oldest societies that had Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago