THE VIGIL PHOTO PROMPT © Karen Rawson By Neel Anil Panicker Ronald stared uphill. All that greeted him was an eerie emptiness. He rubbed his eyes, blinked and unblinked, even extricating a tiny pocket torch from the back pocket of his near torn jeans, directing the beam of rays at the stony half broken slabs. … Continue reading neelwrites/thevigil/fridayfictioneers/shortstory/100words/02/05/2018


Shimmering lights spell trouble Life speeds full throttle Death beckons after bottle. #neelanilpanicker #poem #haiku Delhi: 2 students killed, 3 injured in road accident in Mukherjee Nagar Ref:


Sunday Photo Fiction – July 30th 2017 Hosted by J Hardy at THE DON’S DEN   By Neel Anil Panicker TIME: 4:30, EARLY MORNING PLACE: SUMER MANZIL, MOTIA MAHAL, OLD DELHI Barring a single square mattress neatly laid out in the centre of the third floor mid-sized corner room there is just about no evidence … Continue reading neelwrites/sundayphotofiction/#03ofdangerouslove/30/07/2017


Three Line Tales, Week 78 Sonya at ONLY 100 WORDS has challenged us to write a three line tale from this photo prompt. DANGEROUS LIAISONS photo by Mahdis Mousavi via Unsplash By Neel Anil Panicker Al slipped the phone back to its cradle, trudged back to his bare boned six by six darkened cell that he shared with one … Continue reading neelwrites/3LineTales/phoningaround-part2/fiction/28/07/2017