neelwrites/wardingoffevil/sundayphotofictioner/20/08/2018

Sunday Photo Fiction – August 19, 2018 https://sundayphotofictioner.wordpress.com/2018/08/18/sunday-photo-fiction-august-19-2018/ WARDING OFF EVIL By Neel Anil Panicker Joby was a paradox. For us, meaning Sunny and I, he was the raison d’ etre of our happy existences__the lucky charm of our teenaged lives.  For all others, he was the odd one out__the one who shall not be ever … Continue reading neelwrites/wardingoffevil/sundayphotofictioner/20/08/2018

neelwrites/crossingoutthecrosses/FFfAW/flash/shortstory/24/07/2018

CROSSING OUT THE CROSSES By Neel Anil Panicker “Ever played noughts and crosses?” Jeevan looked at his father a tad quizzically. ‘Dad, what kind of a question is that?’ The extra twang while enunciating the last word with every syllabic sound stretching to it’s maximum meant Ethan hadn’t taken too kindly to such a silly … Continue reading neelwrites/crossingoutthecrosses/FFfAW/flash/shortstory/24/07/2018

neelwrites/fishingintroubledwaters/flash/fiction/shortstory/flashfictionforaspiringwriters/12/06/2018

FISHING IN TROUBLED WATERS By Neel Anil Panicker The splash of waters could be heard even from a distance. Sitting on the bench, ringed by a circular parapet, Imtiaz  and Asma watched their kids___eight year old Latif and five year old Azma_dipping their fingers in the froth filled waters and squealing  in delight every time … Continue reading neelwrites/fishingintroubledwaters/flash/fiction/shortstory/flashfictionforaspiringwriters/12/06/2018

neelwrites/love’n’lust/haibun/26/03/2018

IS IT LOVE, OR AM I JUST KIDDING?  By Neel Anil Panicker  The contentious nature of some debates ensures that however much and appreciable are the efforts to keep the conversation speeding smoothly on the even path of deductive logic, sooner or later one is bound to derail as one strives but miserably fails to … Continue reading neelwrites/love’n’lust/haibun/26/03/2018

neelwrites/shamihitforasix/realisticfiction/threelinetales/16/03/2018

SHORT STORY/REALISTIC FICTION MOHAMMED SHAMI HIT FOR A SIX By Neel Anil Panicker “I don’t think it‘s possible for me to love and live with you anymore, especially now that you are hell bent on sending me to the cleaners, have gone all out to malign me, besmirch my sterling reputation, ride roughshod over the … Continue reading neelwrites/shamihitforasix/realisticfiction/threelinetales/16/03/2018

neelwrites/brightaslight/FFfAW/shortstory/175words/30/01/2018

BRIGHT AS LIGHT By Neel Anil Panicker Father, I feel lost, of no use. My life has turned pitch dark and shorn of all light. “That’s not the case, my son. There’s light at the end of the tunnel?” Father, but I see no tunnel, no light? Where is it? “Son, you are mistaken. Look … Continue reading neelwrites/brightaslight/FFfAW/shortstory/175words/30/01/2018

neelwrites/anewbeginning/fiction/flash/shortstory/sixsentencestories/02/01/2018

A NEW BEGINNING By Neel Anil Panicker Ali looked on, nonplussed, individually scanning the faces of all the four. His eyes bore through the tallest of the them, the long haired, nose pierced, teeth yellowed Lama. The latter was nearing the end of his hour long monologue. He had by now run threadbare through each … Continue reading neelwrites/anewbeginning/fiction/flash/shortstory/sixsentencestories/02/01/2018