By Neel Anil Panicker

At a time when kids her age where scratching their heads and biting their nails trying to solve simple additions and subtractions, Sheena Bora had moved onto asking probing questions on higher order trigonometry and suggesting ‘out of the box’ answers to complex albegriac equations that stumped her teachers including her father, an acclaimed Professor of Mathematics, no less.

It was another matter that with the onset of puberty, her interests spilled over and soon, aided by an increased hormonal overdrive, she found herself spending equal time nourishing both her mind and body.

It came as no surprise when her top cat status helped her in bagging a prized seat at Cambridge and by the time she moved onto to greener pastures she had a panting bunch of heaving, panting, salivating Lotharios.

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March 22: Flash Fiction Challenge

March 22: Flash Fiction Challenge

follow your dreams (cat edition)

3 thoughts on “neelwrites/fiction/shortstory/25/03/2018

  1. Ha ha ha, Sheena Bora indeed. Pray that she doesn’t sue you 🙂

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  2. She holds many advantages and I’m sure her dream path cuts across the paths of many others.


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