Flash Fiction

The Grand Finale

“Arena de Verona?”, she checked screen with suspicion. “Indeed”, he replied with somber calm. “But that’s an old monument dating back to 30AD”, she prodded him to speak. Known as the man of few words, he presented her two tickets. Glancing at them, she read out, “Arena Opera Festival 2018, Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Ray Of Hope

“Good news”, declared Chips, flashing snaps. Bits, grew curious. Chips spread them on the table. “Life-Finder circling Earth has beamed these”, he continued. “19.0760° N, 72.8777° E, India. Ice has receded considerably”, observed Bits pointing to plane wreckage snap. “There is no green shoot in sight, though.” “Navy plane. 2500 Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Rockabye Baby, Rockabye

Abrianna waited patiently outside the sonologists cabin for her turn. It was the last trimester of pregnancy. She was escorted by Purva and Partho. When her eyes met Purva’s, a wave of uneasiness lashed the shores of her heart. To ward it off, she glanced outside. An interchange was under Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
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
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
Flash Fiction

The Skunks

“Pretty babes ahead”, said Danny in salacious voice. “One each for six of us”, laughed Rocky with bawdy tone. “Hike in the mountains has pretty sights”, came a horny shout. A notorious laughter filled the air. The girls were unperturbed. Susan winked at Honey. With intention of checking out, Daisy Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago