neelwrites/mookambika/TTC/FOWC/Sunday Writing Prompt “Collage Prompt #43/flash/fiction/storystarter/20/10/2018

MOOKAMBIKA (genre:fiction)   By Neel Anil Panicker It was time to leave and Santhript knew that. The all too familiar lump in the throat was getting bigger and bigger. Standing in the bus stand, luggage in hand, his eye caught the mirror that peeped out from among among the array of psychedelic metal cats and … Continue reading neelwrites/mookambika/TTC/FOWC/Sunday Writing Prompt “Collage Prompt #43/flash/fiction/storystarter/20/10/2018


LEFT DANGLING PHOTO PROMPT © J Hardy Carroll By Neel Anil Panicker The irony of life stared them from above five hundred feet. Strapped to their seats, their legs and feet fastened by soft but strong leather fasteners, the twins shrieked and squealed, the sheer shrill in their still unbroken voices rising like a crescendo … Continue reading neelwrites/leftdangling/fridayfictioneers/flashfiction/shortstory/100words/17/01/2018


THE SALVATION      (250 words) By Neel Anil Panicker Standing outside the church gates, the man watched the vehicle speed away, spewing fumes into the June summer air. He heaved a sigh of relief and walked back inside. That was one more abandoned girl married off. His cataract laid eyes caught a ray of light. He … Continue reading neelwrites/fiction/shortstory/250words/thursdayphotoprompt/#writephoto/20/01/2017