neelwrites/waroverlove/FridayFictioneers/flash/fiction/shortstory/100words/storystarter/13/11/2018

16 November 2018 WAR OVER LOVE By Neel Anil Panicker The roar from above seemed to cut through the stony bricks, and reach upto to their ears, splitting their benumbed senses with the rising cacophony. Above them the bridge rattled as footsteps sped by, its owners’ rasping voices hurling the choicest of invectives. Crouched in … Continue reading neelwrites/waroverlove/FridayFictioneers/flash/fiction/shortstory/100words/storystarter/13/11/2018

neelwrites/ilookatyou/poem/triolet/love16/10/2018

I think of you as my gateway to freedom pity you look at me as just one more to trap You are joy, bliss and everything that I ever miss I think of you as my gateway to freedom One who would lead me out of the dark One who would hold me ever I … Continue reading neelwrites/ilookatyou/poem/triolet/love16/10/2018

For Three Line Tales, Week 141 https://only100words.xyz/category/three-line-tales/ UNMASKED By Neel Anil Panicker “Sometimes we need to wear masks to unmask others’ masks”, declared Rajat as he bent over and looked deep into Radha’s eyes. A trifle nonplussed Radha waited for the voices around their corner cafe table to subside before replying, “So, am I to infer … Continue reading

neelwrites/love’ssweetmusic/FOWC/ThreeThingsChallenge/flash/fiction/301words/04/09/2018

LOVE’S SWEET MUSIC    By Neel Anil Panicker “It’s lovely, isn’t it?” Albert turned around. His eyes were twinkling brighter than the brightest star. ‘Mesmerizing and tantalizing are the words for me, darling!’ A little taken aback by the response, Violet prodded further, “But I thought you hated music, Al?” ‘Hated? Well, that’s too strong … Continue reading neelwrites/love’ssweetmusic/FOWC/ThreeThingsChallenge/flash/fiction/301words/04/09/2018

neelwrites/justmemories/ThursdayPhotoPrompt/ThreeThingsChallenge/shortstory/fiction/flash/31/08/2018

JUST MEMORIES By Neel Anil Panicker ‘Happy Birthday Charles’ she whispered, the words__an echo that reverberated all over the misty hill-top. She stood there like that__unmoving, her eyes closed, soft hands folded in prayer, the lips uttering a silent invocation to the Almighty. And thereafter she sat on down, placing the vase by the side, … Continue reading neelwrites/justmemories/ThursdayPhotoPrompt/ThreeThingsChallenge/shortstory/fiction/flash/31/08/2018

neelwrites/anamebyanyothername/FRidayFictioneers/realisticfiction/shortstory/india/politics/29/08/2018

  A NAME BY ANY OTHER NAME (Genre:Realistic Fiction) By Neel Anil Panicker She’s the antithesis of a politician. Well read, articulate, with an accent to boot. Quiet__it’s the modifier that best describes her. That ways Atishi, her first name, is a total mismatch. My pigdin reservoir of Hindi (or is that Urdu?) tells me … Continue reading neelwrites/anamebyanyothername/FRidayFictioneers/realisticfiction/shortstory/india/politics/29/08/2018

neelwrites/God’sdosownedcountry/Keraladiaries/sundayphotofiction/ThreeThingsChallenge/flashfiction/realisticfiction/200words/26/08/2018

A ‘CLICKS FOR KERALA’ INITIATIVE KERALA DIARIES #02  (realistic fiction) ‘GOD’S DISOWNED COUNTRY’ By Neel Anil Panicker “God’s own country? That’s the tagline, right?” Paulose slurps tea from his half broken stain smeared glass, then turning to the man seated beside him, nods his head. ‘God dammed country’s more appropriate’. The question’s rhetorical; does not … Continue reading neelwrites/God’sdosownedcountry/Keraladiaries/sundayphotofiction/ThreeThingsChallenge/flashfiction/realisticfiction/200words/26/08/2018