PRISON DIARIES_IN SEARCH OF LIGHT     By Neel Anil Panicker In prison, life unfolds in excruciatingly slow motion. The first week of my incarceration was hell. Harshly extricated from a world where a walk in the park, yoga on the mat, three hour business meetings with similar other suits, digging teeth into the best of … Continue reading neelwrites/light/prisiondiaries/escapefromhell/fiction/shortstory/mindloversmisery/22/05/2018


WHAT PEGMAN SAW Hosted by the beautiful k rawson at San José el Huayate, Chiapas, Mexico GET LOST By Neel Anil Panicker Alfred smeared the sand off his eyes and looked upwards as the mid-summer July sun shone hard on his bald as an eagle plate. Turning around, his groggy eyes swept past the sandy stretch, … Continue reading neelwrites/getlost/whatpegmansaw/fiction/flash/shortstory/194words/22/11/2017


Thursday photo prompt – Alone #writephoto Hosted by the gracious Sue Vincent at A LONELY VIGIL By Neel Anil Panicker Prisons make for great camaraderie. Call it brotherhood of the underdog, survival instincts, or sheer boredom, it is not unusual for two people locked in a common cell to turn into best buddies over a period … Continue reading neelwrites/alonelyvigil/parttenofadangerouslove/fiction/358/12/08/2017


WAITING FOR DEATH   (248 words) By Neel Anil Panicker Tiptoeing past the balcony, and with his body half crouched to the floor, Peter slid his way down the stairs, and on the first landing dragged himself behind the sandstone pillars. He needn’t have done so__the house and its surroundings were pitch dark. He had … Continue reading neelwrites/fictionshortstory/250words/thursdayphotoprompt/30/01/2017


PHOTO PROMPT © Dale Rogerson THE TUNNEL   (100 words) By Neel Anil Panicker Life’s a crawl when I bump into Charlie, childhood buddy, fresh out of jail.  “Mat!” he screams, his whisky scarred voice a slur. Man’s a toughie; mean as they come in Cox Bazaar. “Wanna make some cool money?” Months back he had … Continue reading neelwrites/fiction/shortstory/fridayfictioneers/19/01/2017