Fond memories flooded his mind as he stood staring at the walls that were heavily covered by sketches, doodles, and scribbling. He was just a newborn when the orphanage had found him - one among the many who had been deserted by their parents at birth. Today, he was a famous footballer, but he never … Continue reading Three Line Tale #26: The Wall of Memories
Orphanage was no substitute for family. This post was written in response to my own Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #46: Family. Click on the link to read entries from my fellow bloggers. Click here to know more about this challenge.
"Stop crying. I won't buy you the balloon. You have to learn that you can't always have what you want", the mother told her daughter. "That's true", the orphaned balloon seller thought to himself. Author’s Note: I’m busy preparing for an upcoming exam. (Brushing up on four years worth of engineering subjects is tough!) But I … Continue reading #AtoZChallenge: You can’t always have what you want.. (tiny tale #32)