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…

Three Line Tale #11: Stairway to hell?

She looked up at the stairway. They seemed never-ending but they were her only chance. The elevator was still out of service! This post was written in response to the Three Line Tales, Week 190 prompt by Sonya. Thanks to Sonya for hosting this challenge. If you want to participate, please visit the link for … Continue reading Three Line Tale #11: Stairway to hell?

Three Line Tale #10: A cat and mouse story…

Rufus crouched behind the carboard box, ready to pounce. Rufus pounced, but missed and watched in dismay as the mouse got away. Trick #104 had also failed to yield any useful results. This post was written in response to the Three Line Tales, Week 189 prompt by Sonya. Thanks to Sonya for hosting this challenge. … Continue reading Three Line Tale #10: A cat and mouse story…

tiny tale #62: The story of the forgotten bicycle…

Their mothers had met at a pregnancy class. Born a few minutes apart, Jenny and Ryan were inseparable. They had always cycled to school together.Jenny's diagnosis put an end to their routine. Her bicycle now lay abandoned by her window. That didn't stop Ryan from visiting her every day. As her chemo sessions grew more … Continue reading tiny tale #62: The story of the forgotten bicycle…

Three Line Tale #9: The birthday party…

They were surprised by the huge turnout for their darling's birthday. But surprisingly, no one wanted to touch the birthday "girl". None of the guests wanted to end up as their darling's dinner! Author's note: In the absence of the picture prompt, this tiny tale might be a bit unclear. As you can clearly see … Continue reading Three Line Tale #9: The birthday party…