One “You’ve been avoiding me for two weeks. You don’t say hello; you don’t reply when I do. What’s wrong?” Silent glare. “You have to
Category: Short Stories
Arvind stared at his mother in utter confusion. She went on talking rapidly, noticing his look and ignoring it deliberately. His brain seemed frozen. He
I am dying. I’d like to tell you my story before I vanish into oblivion. I know what you are thinking. You think just because
Love He calls me Ragini. I’m not just an inanimate flute to him. I come to life in his hands. I breathe with his breath
seriouslyfunny: I was thinking raginionline: That’s encouraging. You also think! seriouslyfunny: Yes smarty two- shoes, I do. Stop teasing me or I won’t tell you
ONE “Dad, let me take this summer job.” “What?! You’re just sixteen! People will think I can’t provide for my family.” “It’ll be good for
The restaurant was dim and cool after the blistering heat outside. I had been window shopping since morning and now my feet were avenging themselves
“My my! Someone’s looking like thunder today? What happened Amrita?” Runoo Mosi’s (Mosi: Mother’s sister, aunt. Forming bonds with people one is not related to
Somali was excited. Her mother’s birthday was barely three days away. Somali had decided that this birthday she would buy a gift for her mother.
I took my seat in the Delhi bound AC chair car, pleased that the adjoining seat was empty. At Agra a man came and claimed
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