THE VOICE By Neel Anil Panicker Mary’s suddenly felt the full weight of her over 80 kg body mass as her hands went limp and the legs gave way. Myriad images began to swim in her head and icicles of a slow moving pain began to shoot into her inner membranes, the pain increasing by … Continue reading neelwrites/thevoice/shortstory/187words/10/03/2018


SKYFALL           (200 words) By Neel Anil Panicker Inspector Ranjeet jabbed his way past the mid-afternoon crowd of onlookers. The sight that greeted him sent him into a tizzy. Blood and brains lay splattered on the concrete floors, a mere two feet from the 5-star hotel entrance. It was a girl, not over twenty; her lifeless … Continue reading neelwrites/fiction/shortstory/SPF//01/2017


Bits And Pieces By Neel Anil Panicker Ironically, it was Buddha, the apostle of peace, who broke their marriage into pieces. “Keep it out of my bedroom,” Janice had said. “No”, he had objected. “Buddha will stay, with me, in our bedroom”. A week later Janice had stormed out, yelling, “Keep your bedroom and the … Continue reading neelwrites/fiction/short/20/12/2016

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NOT JUST A STONE By Neel Anil Panicker The afternoon sun tore into her skin, knifing through the half torn saree that she was wearing. It  slashed into her bare boned frail limbs, mercilessly burning to cinders whatever remained of her frail self. Careful not to bump into the post afternoon office crowd of harried … Continue reading neelwrites/fiction/Sunday Photo Fiction – November 6th2016/08/11/2016


MICROFICTION CHALLENGE Microfiction Challenge #16: Lovers LOVERS By Neel Anil Panicker ‘Wake up. It is not a dream. All this is true, real, and it is happening now’. Preeti had to pinch herself to believe all this was happening. She and Nihil__Nihil and she, arms entwined, hearts beating as one, walking through the night, slowly gliding … Continue reading neelwritesblog.flashfiction/lovers/02/07/10/2016