neelwrites/part19ofadangerouslove/thursdayphotoprompt/scatter/fiction/novella/860words/15/09/2017

Thursday photo prompt – Scattered #writephoto Hosted by Sue Vincent at https://scvincent.com/2017/09/14/thursday-photo-prompt-scattered-writephoto/ GUNNING FOR LOVE By Neel Anil Panicker ‘Salaam, Arif Chacha.’ The septuagenarian looked up and peered through the iron bars at the young girl outside. It took him some time before his cataract ridden eyes adjusted to the dark outside; gradually the silhouette of a … Continue reading neelwrites/part19ofadangerouslove/thursdayphotoprompt/scatter/fiction/novella/860words/15/09/2017

neelwrites/albatross/thursdayphotoprompt/14/07/2017

← The Wyrm and the Wyrd: Capricious memory Lyn Baylis: Life and Work of a Priestess, Minister and Psychopomp  – from Jan Malique → Thursday photo prompt – Messenger #writephoto by Willow Hosted by https://scvincent.com/2017/07/14/thursday-photo-prompt-messenger-writephoto-by-willow/   THE ALBATROSS By Neel Anil Panicker Sush or more precisely her wanton spirit loomed large over the residents of Mavilla Manors, the tony neighborhood of … Continue reading neelwrites/albatross/thursdayphotoprompt/14/07/2017

neelwrites/thursdsayphotop[rompt/flyhigh/09/06/2017

Thursday photo prompt – Wings #writephoto FLYING HIGH, ON HER OWN TERMS By Neel Anil Panicker     “Oh my little baby, do you know how lucky you are! Mrs Sinha proclaimed, unabashed delight overriding an otherwise phlegmatic demeanor. ‘Yes Aishu, your mother’s right. We’re most fortunate the proposal has come from the Guptas.’ Aishwarya looked across … Continue reading neelwrites/thursdsayphotop[rompt/flyhigh/09/06/2017

neelwrites/thursdayphotoprompt/behinddevil’sdoors/fiction/02/06/2017

Thursday photo prompt: Knock #writephoto Behind Devil’s Doors   Thursday photo prompt: Knock #writephoto By Neel Anil Panicker The full length wall room mirror is plastered with a golden edged sticker that boasts the legend “The Lord’s House is full of love.” Looking into it, Pramila runs her fingers over her badly battered face, the little finger … Continue reading neelwrites/thursdayphotoprompt/behinddevil’sdoors/fiction/02/06/2017

neelwrites/thursdayphotoprompt/lovers/fiction/shortstory/26/05/2017

Thursday photo prompt: Derelict #writephoto LOVERS By Neel Anil Panicker ‘What do we do now? They will kill us, for sure.’ Raj cupped her face in his hands. “Have no worries. Our love will protect us from all evil.” Anjali’s kohl lined eyes turned moist. Tears wet her rosy cheeks. ‘I trust you more than anyone … Continue reading neelwrites/thursdayphotoprompt/lovers/fiction/shortstory/26/05/2017

neelwrites/agirlchildawaits/thursdayphotoprompt/250words/19/05/2017

A GIRL CHILD AWAITS   Thursday photo prompt: Inside-out #writephoto By Neel Anil Panicker The mellifluous pitter patter of raindrops as they hit roof tops and self assuredly snaked their way down building walls and factory pipes to surrender themselves to the dank earth still held her in wonderment. Back in her village, Bindu had often … Continue reading neelwrites/agirlchildawaits/thursdayphotoprompt/250words/19/05/2017

neelwrites/writephoto/thursdayphotoprompt/hole/12/05/2017/

A JUNGLE STORY Thursday photo prompt – Green #writephoto #writephoto Thursday photo prompt – Green #writephoto   By Neel Anil Panicker Inspector Iqbal Khan was in a bad mood. He had never been inside a jungle. The closest he had come to a wooded experience was when as a kid he and his cousins had scaled the … Continue reading neelwrites/writephoto/thursdayphotoprompt/hole/12/05/2017/

neelwrites/ThursdayPhotoPrompt/elixir/24/04/2017

ELIXIR  (250 words) By Neel Anil Panicker When I finally told Shabana about wanting a divorce,  she laughed and said, “You must be crazy. Where will you get another woman, rich and beautiful like me? I replied that I wanted peace. To which she had shot back, “ No one can get peace.” It’s all … Continue reading neelwrites/ThursdayPhotoPrompt/elixir/24/04/2017

neelwrites/thursdayphotoprompt/15/04/2017/300words

HUMAN STATUES By Neel Anil Panicker (299 words) If ever a survey were to be conducted to find out the most friendly couple among the residents of Silver Oaks, the tony neighborhood that abutted the southern banks of the river Ganges that served as the informal line of demarcation between those who had made it … Continue reading neelwrites/thursdayphotoprompt/15/04/2017/300words

neelwrites/thursdaywritephoto/fiction/shortstory/250words/10/04/2017

THE SENTINEL By Neel Anil Panicker At eighty, Thakur Vikramjit Singh still adheres to his military-style work ethics, getting up at the crack of dawn and taking a spirited kilometre long walk around his palatial farmhouse. Life for him was a beautiful chess game with all the pieces well placed, their every move a well … Continue reading neelwrites/thursdaywritephoto/fiction/shortstory/250words/10/04/2017