neelwrites/dark/writephoto/shortstory/fiction/04/03/2018

Her eyes light my path I go, led by my shepherd She targets the end. I concentrate upon her, For me she is the journey. #neelanilpanicker #poem #Tanka   Thursday photo prompt – Dark #writephoto by Sue Vincent   Thursday photo prompt – Dark #writephoto

neelwrites/life’sabeach/threelinetales/shortstory/fiction/143words/03/03/2018

LIFE’S A BEACH By Neel Anil Panicker Life’s a beach, thought Mehul as he ogled on the endless stretch of near naked bodies in various stages of copulation, the sun’s rays making shimmering patterns on the sandy pebbles as human desires crested to stratospheric heights with every swig of the beer bottle and puff of … Continue reading neelwrites/life’sabeach/threelinetales/shortstory/fiction/143words/03/03/2018

neelwrites/fridayfictioneers/shortstory/110words/28/02/2018

SILENT KILLER By Neel Anil Panicker ‘Silence’ was both_ his name and what he craved for. As a single child growing all alone in Antwrep, he had ample time me to get lost in the wilderness that perimetered the sleepy town that was synonymous with diamond making. There, finding solace in the lap of Nature, … Continue reading neelwrites/fridayfictioneers/shortstory/110words/28/02/2018

neelwrites/aheartbeataway/weekendwritingprompt/fiction/shortstory/25/02/2018

  A HEART BEAT WAY By Neel Anil Panicker Mumma, it’s getting late. I am leaving. Bye.” “Ok Rahul. I have placed your lunch box. Also your Lab coat. Remember, today is your Practicals. And be careful, don’t misplace your pencil box again.” As Asha turned around from the door, she felt a hand on … Continue reading neelwrites/aheartbeataway/weekendwritingprompt/fiction/shortstory/25/02/2018

neelwrites/dialdfordiamonds/thursdayphotoprompt/fiction/shortstory/259words/24/02/2018

DIAL D FOR DIAMONDS By Neel Anil Panicker JaAyesh Amitesh Bhai Shah looked forward to his early mornings. They were the same everywhere, be it Ahmedabad, his birthplace; Surat, his work place; or Arthur Road Jail, Mumbai, his current temporary address. At this still born hour, when the moon had just about reluctantly bidden goodbye … Continue reading neelwrites/dialdfordiamonds/thursdayphotoprompt/fiction/shortstory/259words/24/02/2018

neelwrites/somerunningaround/threelinetales/fiction/shortstory/170words/22/02/2018

SOME RUNNING AROUND By Neel Anil Panicker ‘Remember, buy only one which offers both support and traction; that way you will avoid slipping while making those uphill climbs,” gruff Thomson commanded in his stentonarian voice that boomed like a approaching train engine’s incessant horns as it swept past any unmanned railway crossing. ‘It is but … Continue reading neelwrites/somerunningaround/threelinetales/fiction/shortstory/170words/22/02/2018

neelwrites/dollhouse/firstlinefriday/596words/18/02/2018

THE DOLL HOUSE By Neel Anil Panicker Alex says he doesn’t want the doll house. Lisa wonders not for the umpteenth time if she had made a mistake. They were about to be married. She twice. Her childhood home. Recalls the golden memories. No, her mom would never have done it. And now that she … Continue reading neelwrites/dollhouse/firstlinefriday/596words/18/02/2018

neelwriites/worldoffallacies/criticalreasoning/hastygenarilization/16/02/2018

HOW TO SHARPEN YOUR CRITICAL REASONING SKILLS THE WORLD OF FALLACIES- #01 Hasty Generalization By Neel Anil Panicker Valentine’s Day is one big marketing scam orchestrated by money chasing marketers. Or, I know of a teenaged couple who was harassed last year during Valentine’s. I myself suffered the same. I believe Valentine’s Day should be … Continue reading neelwriites/worldoffallacies/criticalreasoning/hastygenarilization/16/02/2018