"We promised to fight for protection of nature as we have thrived here; we promised this land would blossom again with forests and animals." Shafiq, the leader of the Shadow Tribes, says this words, to make the barren land a flourishing one, from the book, The Paradise Conflict. To know the full story read the … Continue reading The Paradise Conflict – Quote – 3
There is a very serious meeting is being carried out in XYZ Ltd Company. The Managing Director is not happy at all with the abysmal performance of the year and looking at the department heads with his frown eyes. One of the employees, who is sitting close to the Managing Director, he says to him, … Continue reading Corporate Dilemma – Short MicroFiction Series
Shankar and Nandini, sitting in a café. Nandini with tears in her eyes says, “Where the hell have you been?” “Searching!” “For what?” “Meaning of life!” “For that you abandoned me! How could you do this to me?” “I am sorry!” “SORRY? DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA HOW LONG I HAVE WAITED FOR YOUR RETURN?” … Continue reading Dreams – A Micro-Story
There was this particular child who always has this wonder in his eyes to everything, always playful and had a deep bonding in him towards everybody. He was shy, but once he opens up to others he used to play like anything. His name was Hiroki. An unusual name for an Indian Kid having a … Continue reading Micro Fiction Series: The Hiroki Stories: Hiroki’s Lunch – First Story
Somresh, a possible employee for a job who gets scrutinized for his past experience on his previous company.
In the afternoon, a father-son duo looks at a two hundred year old house built with unearthed materials by their forefathers. “Father, Finally!” “Finally, Son! Finally!” “After all these years I never thought we will get back the house.” “I cannot forget when we were let go out of the house! I was sad! You … Continue reading Joy of Homecoming
I am a soldier living in the outpost for days with civilians behind me surrounded by the water and mist. From a distant you cannot see anything and it is so mysterious what lies beyond the mists which makes the uncertainty so prevalent. I assure my fellow civilians for survival and yet beyond the mist, … Continue reading The Abandonment – Three Line Tales
Grandma opens up a packet above the fish bowl and releases the gold fish to the aquarium. She calls out to her granddaughter, “Rina, my child, come here quickly. Look, what I brought for you. Come Dear!” She goes near to her as Rina is sleeping on the Sofa with all her toys lying scattered … Continue reading The Gold Fish – Flash Fiction
Two Operators in the secret Operation Theater room. “Is it done, yet?” “Yes!” “Well done!” “This is evil!” “I know!” “But you said, ‘Well done!’ just now.” “Things are not what they seem to be! I am not happy about it because of my moral obligation as a human!” “Moral obligation!? That’s what you call … Continue reading Choices?