PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields WRITTEN FOR FRIDAY FICTIONEERS BY ROCHELLEWISOFF COMEUPPANCE By Neel Anil Panicker The policeman’s eyes turned towards the body, that lay covered in white sheet in the main hall. Around it encircled a crowd of grieving relatives. Barely an hour after the lifeless form had been pulled out from the in … Continue reading neelwrites/flash/fiction/shortstory/fridayfictioneers/15/05/2019

God_Stop This Madness!

With forlorn eyes I scan the every darkening horizonwonder how quickly our bad times have  begun I stare up at the waxing moonask what made her sad so soon I look around and see a sea of floating corpseswhen did man and woman collapse like dead horses? when did hospitals close its doors?how long should … Continue reading God_Stop This Madness!

That’s A Lot Of Load (genre: realistic fiction)

By Neel Anil Panicker ‘This pain is unbearable. God, have mercy; off load me from this wretched earth.’ The words were a scream; its owner, the once bubbly and smiling Lata Rani, lay spreadeagled on the street. A crowd of curious onlookers stared on, their feet immobilised, their minds benumbed at the heart wrenching sight. … Continue reading That’s A Lot Of Load (genre: realistic fiction)


To Catch A  Killer By Neel Anil Panicker “The bookstore…no, no…it’s the only one…name? well, I..I ain’t sure if it has a name…oh, wait a minute…I’ll tell you the landmark. Just come to Chinatown…ask for Chinchua…someone will guide you to Ho Chin Min street…it’s the second shop…all blazing red…lots of dragon cut outs…orange and flaming … Continue reading neelwwrites/flash/fiction/ff/100words/07/04/21


THE DOG LOVER By Neel Anil Panicker “The killer is a pet lover. Specifically, a dog lover.” Superintendent Vikram Singh wore a befuddled expression. He stared  down at the person seated opposite his desk. ‘How…how the fish can you make such a definitive statement.? It’s been a week since the richest industrialist of Surat was … Continue reading neelwrites/flash/ff/foction/100words01/04/21