short story #10: Lost Treasures

It's amazing - the things that one will come across when they finally get their lazy selves to finally clean up the messy storage room. (read: the go-to place to dump anything and everything, provided it doesn't rot and smell) Imagine Ted's surprise, when he finally found the slightly rusted but otherwise "perfect" parts that … Continue reading short story #10: Lost Treasures

Three Line Tale #14: In the dark…

He still used the way-outdated model of telephone, typewriter, desk fan, and Anglepoise lamp. People leaped to conclusions; called him an old school to his face and a miser behind his back. Unknown to them, he was fighting a losing battle against Alzheimer's. This post was written in response to the Three Line Tales, Week … Continue reading Three Line Tale #14: In the dark…

Three Line Tale #13: Lost in the View

All she wanted was to see the sunset in all its glory. Climbing the jagged rocks wasn't easy, but the view was splendid. Little did she know that it would be her last selfie. This post was written in response to the Three Line Tales, Week 212 prompt by Sonya. Thanks to Sonya for hosting … Continue reading Three Line Tale #13: Lost in the View

tiny tale #67: Pride goes before a fall :(

They were extremely proud of the new observatory. One-of-a-kind, unparalleled technology. They had every reason to be proud. But the shiny, silver dome proved to be their Achilles heel. What was meant to monitor their extra-terrestrial neighbours had ended up attracting them instead! (280 characters) This post was written in response to the Twittering Tale … Continue reading tiny tale #67: Pride goes before a fall 😦

Three Line Tale #12: The vanishing playgrounds…

They used to be a heaven for children. The lush green grass and the crisp, fresh air - no better start to the morning! Those were the things of past... before the concrete jungle replaced the greenery. This post was written in response to the Three Line Tales, Week 191 prompt by Sonya. Thanks to … Continue reading Three Line Tale #12: The vanishing playgrounds…