neelwrites/wherewereyou/fiction/shortstory/03/03/2018

SHORT STORY/FICTION WHERE WERE YOU MY DEAR? By Neel Anil Panicker Where were you? Where were you when I needed you the most, when I was down in the dumps, battling cancer and the doctor had pronounced that I had no more than six months to live? You might answer that you were busy in … Continue reading neelwrites/wherewereyou/fiction/shortstory/03/03/2018

neelwrites/neelism/29/12/2016

One who gives more than he receives, receives more than he gives. #NEELISM#28 Some people are announcing year 2016 as the year of Victory of WHITE over BLACK but the stark truth is that the self-actualisation needs of a few have been realised at the cost of deprivation of the basic needs of the majority. … Continue reading neelwrites/neelism/29/12/2016

neelwrites/fiction/shortstory/27/12/2016

BOLT FOR THE COLT By Neel Anil Panicker The sea always held him in a trance.  Especially now, close to dusk, with the entire beach at his disposal, and with the waters, all calm and azure, beckoning him ala a mermaid. They were near the turnaround and David could see that Jennifer was enjoying herself__inhaling … Continue reading neelwrites/fiction/shortstory/27/12/2016

neelwrites/fiction/shortstory/300wordstory/23/12/2016

THE GREAT BETRAYAL By Neel Anil Panicker He kicked her in the heel one more time, just to be sure. He needn’t have. The Swiss Army knife had done a fine job: neatly separating head from torso with a precision that would make a butcher proud. A slight speck of dust hurled itself into the … Continue reading neelwrites/fiction/shortstory/300wordstory/23/12/2016

neelwrites/nonfiction/23/12/2016

Wealthily unhealthy By Neel Anil Panicker There are two types of persons who show off their wealth. The first are the ones who simply like to show off, be it anything including a new pet cat that one has  bought from the flea market at a bargain or the new car or house one has … Continue reading neelwrites/nonfiction/23/12/2016

neelwrites/poem/quatrain/newnotes/22/12/2016

NEW NOTES, OLD TONES By Neel Anil Panicker Here I come__omnipotent money Dare you ever test my patience It’s true I have changed colours Hell hath no fury like a note scorned.   Dare you ever test my patience I ain’t the one to be bound in chains Yours shall befall immense pains Go you … Continue reading neelwrites/poem/quatrain/newnotes/22/12/2016