The cool, winter air nipped at her face as Sara stood rooted to the spot, her courage, and determination to take Maxwell for a ride dwindling by the second. Maxwell's head hung low, as his sad eyes continued to stare even as Sara turned and started to walk back home. If only Sara knew that … Continue reading Three Line Tale #8: Maybe another day…
Young and reckless, they believed that laws were meant to be broken. They took turns to break the glass and spray-paint graffiti and transformed the museum window into an eyesore. But Karma had the last laugh as their actions were finally caught on camera. Written in response to the Three Line Tales, Week 185 prompt … Continue reading Three Line Tale #7: Karma
It was their first trip aboard as a family and this time around, the kids were picking up the tab. After a lot of slips, trips, and falls, huffing and puffing, the parents finally managed to get a hang of ice skating. They held hands as they watched their kids engaged in a fierce game … Continue reading Three Line Tale #6: Family ♥️
When Harry and Ron volunteered to drop off the kids at Platform 9 ¾, never in their wildest dreams did Ginny and Hermione imagine, that their husbands might have plans to recreate their rather adventurous second-year arrival at Hogwarts. The Ford Anglia had been recovered, restored and magically expanded to fit Harry, Ron, James, Rose, Albus, … Continue reading Three Line Tale #5: Déjà vu
She came home to a find her snow-white puppy was covered in any colour but white! A quick trip to her art room revealed the reason. Biscuit had somehow managed to get in, yet again. © 2018 Shweta Suresh. All rights reserved. Written in response to prompt by Three Line Tales. Thanks to Sonya for hosting … Continue reading Three Line Tale #4: The paw painter!
She stared at the barren expanse that lay in front of her and heaved a sigh, bored from the long wait. Ironic that the blue planet was now anything but blue. Her watch informed her that the next shuttle to the Mars Rehabilitation Centre was 5 minutes away. © 2018 Shweta Suresh. All rights reserved. … Continue reading Three Line Tale #3: The expanse
The intruder alarm had been turned off, the cameras were disabled and the entire place was trashed. The burglars had managed to escape after cleaning out the cash registers and the cashier was nowhere to be found. After hours of searching, his body was found... buried under the newly arrived batch of yellow pencil stoppers. © … Continue reading Three Line Tale #2: A trail of yellow
Fate separated and trapped them on two enemy turfs. The iron fence became a silent witness to their undying love for each other. But no fence was strong enough to break their bond. © 2017 Shweta Suresh. All rights reserved. Written in response to prompt by Three Line Tales. Thanks to Sonya for hosting this challenge. If you … Continue reading Three Line Tale #1: The fence