FFfAW Challenge-Week of October 31, 2017 Hosted by Priceless Joy at https://flashfictionforaspiringwriters.wordpress.com/2017/10/30/fffaw-challenge-week-of-october-31-2017/ THE ‘KEEPER’ By Neel Anil Panicker She isn’t much; just four raised oblong stone slabs; the edges, pointed and jutting out into the skies. Half hidden behind the majestic branches of a huge peepal tree in a forested outgrowth in the village periphery, what she … Continue reading neelwrites/thekeeper/FFfAW/flash/fiction/shorstory/172words/05/11/2017
Hosted by the wondrously charming Rochelle at https://rochellewisoff.com/2017/11/01/27-october-2017/ WILTED FLOWERS PHOTO PROMPT © Sarah Ann Hall By Neel Anil Panicker The entire mantelpiece was chock-a-block with vases in myriad shapes, sizes and colours. One in particular caught his attention. Inspector Sharma’s fingers skirted past the bud, cylinder and cube shaped ones to finally rest on the … Continue reading neelwrites/wiltedflowers/fridayfictioneers/shortstory/inspectorsharmacrimeseries/fiction/100words/01/11/2017
SON RISES; SUN SETS By Neel Anil Panicker word count: 137 “The old order changeth giving way to the new” ‘Changeth? What fancy language! Tell me in words I understand”. “That’s the problem: You just don’t understand, dear father. I said it is time for you to give way”. “Oh! Is it? And what do … Continue reading neelwrites/fiction/shortstory/150words/FFfAW/17/01/2017
By Neel Anil Panicker This darkness brings with it a mélange of horrific images peace is the villain that plays hide and seek with me through ages the harshness of the present leaves me simply all too aghast torturous are these years that have bound me in a cast wonder if I can reprise sepia … Continue reading neelwrites/poem/duo-rhyme#01/17/11/2016
Neelism#20 At times it takes a lifetime to create some memories; at times even a lifetime is not enough to erase some memories.
Thursday photo prompt – Anomaly #writephoto ANOMALY By Neel Anil Panicker An eerie silence enveloped the icy darkness. Missing too was the shrill bark of the street dogs disaffected by the hiss of a passing vehicle or a rustle in the trees; or even the uneven coughing of the vagabond shifting and shuffling his legs under … Continue reading neelwrites/fiction/shortstory/anomaly/#writephoto/04/11/2016
LIGHT UP YOUR HEARTS THIS DIWALI By Neel Anil Panicker May the festival of colours bring everlasting happiness into your life May you share your happiness and turn your life even more beautiful and enriching May you carry on further enriching the lives of all whom you touch with empathy, kindness, and fulfillment. May you … Continue reading neelwritesblog/observations/diwali/30/10/2016
Tonight’s emotions like a knife’s sharpened edges were born yesterday Lovers await midnight hour for bodies to turn blood red. #tanka#04