Flash Fiction

Orphaned

I was over the moon. Coming out of the dark, I was not sure as to where I am. I was primed up with snow white silk-satin clothes. My look was complete with a hood that was cushy white and had a handmade lily-white lace at the edges. Admiration in Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Miles To Go…

When she reached the bus stop, she was panting. Almost out of breath, she witnessed a dying trail of the dust in the air. It was the sure sign that she had failed to catch the bus once again… …Once again, she was to miss the joy, she craved dearly! Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Long Lost Star

I was running behind the schedule. Upon ringing the bell and then waiting for a while, a lady opened the door.  Still looking inside, she shouted, “Lower the TV volume.” “It’s the final match of Kabaddi league”, came a reply. She turned and asked, “What do you want?” “I am Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Hell Hath No…

‘Glyci takes a while to dress up but will be here soon. She looks dazzling even today.’ Rex, the old dragon was waiting for his better half and was happily drifting in thoughts. “Rex darling…”, came the sensuous purring.  Rex looked up. His jaws dropped. ‘She looks like a Diva Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
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