Fiction

The Real Pressure

“Silence! Expect the audience to have some civic sense here”, roared Mr Leo from atop. As if that was not enough, Mr Mammoth trumpeted, raising it’s trunk. Mr and Mrs Seahorse who were running amok stopped with a break. Facing the gathering they stood motionless after a long while. Mrs Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

A Long Way Up

Keeping fingers crossed, waiting outside the Head Of The Department’s cabin, Sukhada went up and down the corridor. With every passing moment, she grew more and more restless.All she wanted to hear was the calling bell from the cabin. As she was about to turn and walk down the corridor, Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Not So Human Yet

Asimo stood at the cross roads and was frustrated to see the vehicles on the zebra crossing. He couldn’t cross the road, out of safety concerns. “Its so blazing hot here! Add to it layering myself, from top to bottom. This round hat comes in the way of my vision. These Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Devouring Blaze

“Papa, we need to have the fire safety audit done” “Sure, but not now. Season of the festivities starts now. I cant afford to spare few hours out of the shop”. “I will manage the shop in your absence”. “Damini, enough of discussion. I will do, it but later” A1 Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago