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


THE FINAL FLIGHT By Neel Anil Panicker The coal black sky changed hue. As if awoken from deep slumber, the layered black and blue carpet above the earth metamorphosed into a striking flaming red, sending ripples of bright orangeish streaks all around. Watching the psychedelic play of colours from her eleventh floor hotel room, Hema … Continue reading neelwrites/flash/fiction/shortstory/22/10/2019


NAGMA KHATOON- WOMAN WITH MANY FACES By Neel Anil Panicker She was not one to laugh it off. Shallow people uninterested her. Insults inflicted were sent back in equal measure. Blessed with a temperament that was more impervious than the most impervious of rocks, 38-year-old Nagma  Parveen lived life on her own terms. Her no … Continue reading neelwrites/flash/fiction/shortstory/22/10/2019


Photo courtesy of Colby Renee FOR A BETTER VISION By Neel Anil Panicker REINCARNATION  Behind the dark glasses, the eyes still hurt. As a teenager she had had experienced it all. The belt beatings, the drunken violence, the all night debauchery and the near never ending orgy of sex and violence; the sheer bestiality of … Continue reading neelwrites/SPF/flash/fiction/shortstory/21/10/2019


A NOT SO QUIET MURDER By Neel Anil Panicker “It was around four. To be precise 4:15. How do I know? Well, I was watching television. And CNN English Healdlines were just ringing in.  So  as I was saying there I was sitting on my sofa, drinking whisky, my very first of the long night … Continue reading neelwrites/flash/fiction/shortstory/20/10/2019