Flash Fiction

Liberated

“I feel so liberated, Amma”, said Vishnu as he hugged his mother Karthikeyi with euphoria and showed her the message on the mobile about his first salary being deposited to his account, with pride. “With liberation comes responsibility, Vishnu and that means you have a new set of strings, new Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Make It or Fake It #WoWe

He was nervous. His face mirrored the tell a tale signs. “Relax, young man! Enjoy the shoot” “Am trying” “Hands on sides. Chin up” instructed the photographer. Abiding by the instructions he adjusted his position on the stool. “Is that all right?” “Expressions, where are they? Man, you are enjoying Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Blue Gaze

“Salam saab”, saluted the sentry as I entered the patrolling station. Adjusting eyesight to early morning wintry grey darkness of room, I paced ahead. A lean figure sat on the chair opposite my table, with torso leaned over it. Legs dangling above ground, the figure wore torn jootis. The petite Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Six Minutes of Fame

“Flappy return back. The clouds are crowding, wind is picking up speed. Thunderstorm is about to break”, shouted Elly, the seagull. Flappy her teenage boy had hormones raging in his heart and wings. He always was up for a game. Working against the odds gave his audacious ego a fat Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Missed Lesson of Life

“Life is as empty as this glass”, said Hussain. “Was it ever full?”, he doubted. “It was! You don’t seem to register it”, remarked Jasmine. “Maybe, it was. But not anymore” “It still is” “Ignoring the reality won’t help” “I’m not ignoring, but accepting it” “Life will never be as Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago