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


END OF STORY By Neel Anil Panicker Icy shards of white wind cut through Shaji’s tattered button less shirt, infiltrated his hole ridden trousers, the December cold shearing his skin and biting into his puny bony self. Hands clutching his chest, the urchin crossed the neon lit near deserted rain swept street, his wobbly legs … Continue reading neelwrites/flash/fiction/TLT/shortstory/12/12/2019


MERE MEMORIES By Neel Anil Panicker “You shouldn’t have done that,” reprimanded Vivek. “I did the right thing,” countered his wife Kiran as the two stared at the floor that was littered with torn black and white pictures; the frames yanked off the edges and broken into several pieces. “But,” shot back Vivek, “these sepia … Continue reading neelwrites/flash/FF/ficion/shorstory/12/12/2019


A TRAIN OF THOUGHT By Neel Anil Panicker That’s me, on the metro tracks, legs flailing, head haughtily bent backwards, gazing into the bright as a June summer sun chrome dome glass facade, a cheery expectant smile playing on my lips, my ears ringing aloud with the buzz of the fast approaching metro. Flirting with … Continue reading neelwrites/flash/fiction/TLT/shortstory/11/12/2019