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


Not so funny games (171 words) By Neel Anil Panicker Little Ricky smelled an opportunity. He watched his mom as she stepped out clutching her shopping bag,  waited for her to turn around at the gate, and utter her standard warning, “Weather’s very bad. Stay inside, okey”. He nodded his head; knew she would not … Continue reading neelwrites/fiction/shortstory/175ds/FFfAW/31/01/2017


Bits And Pieces By Neel Anil Panicker Ironically, it was Buddha, the apostle of peace, who broke their marriage into pieces. “Keep it out of my bedroom,” Janice had said. “No”, he had objected. “Buddha will stay, with me, in our bedroom”. A week later Janice had stormed out, yelling, “Keep your bedroom and the … Continue reading neelwrites/fiction/short/20/12/2016


Monday Motivations Read part one here: COME, LIGHT MY FIRE series…part two BOB’S STORY By Neel Anil Panicker The metal doors slammed shut and with that began the excrutiatingly slow dying out of the footsteps of the prison guard. Within moments the long corridors that led away from the heavily fortified underground cell turned pitch … Continue reading neelwrites/fiction/mondaymotivations/bob/come,lightmyfire#02/09/11/2016