FFfAW Challenge-Week of September 12, 2017 Hosted  by PJ at WHAT’S WITH THE FLOWERS   By Neel Anil Panicker It’s been over twenty hours and Shivam hasn’t moved a limb. Seated on a lone garden chair abutting the ICU, he is oblivious to the world, his eyes, stony eyed and transfixed, stares expectedly at the pot … Continue reading neelwrites/what’swiththeflowers/FFfAW/fiction/shortstory/167words/13/09/2017


OF HOSPITALS, MOTHER-IN-LAWS, AND METALLIC PLATES  (200 words) By Neel Anil Panicker Hospitals are like certain pesky mother-in-laws. I hate the sight of one. ‘We need to examine you in detail. You’ll be admitted’, the woman in white says as she shoves a piece of paper. I peer into some pre-Christian era lithographic inscriptions that … Continue reading neelwrites/fiction/shortstory/SPF/200words/28/02/2017