Tag Archives: Short Stories

#WriteBravely – Forgetfulness (90 words)

I am taking part in the Write Tribe Festival of Words. And today’s prompt is – Forgetfulness She was becoming forgetful these days. Car keys would be in the rice jar and her glasses would be in the shoes. Yesterday evening, she … Continue reading

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#WriteBravely – The tale of two cities (90 words)

I am taking part in the Write Tribe Festival of Words. And today’s prompt is – Nurture The tale of two cities “I would like to visit Lahore one more time before I close my eyes. I want to feel the earth … Continue reading

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#WriteBravely – Celebrate difference (72 words)

I am taking part in the Write Tribe Festival of Words. And today’s prompt is – Celebrate difference They were inseparable, like the Siamese twins, like two peas in a pod. “Let’s marry!” Siya suggested. “The world won’t let us live together,” … Continue reading

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#WriteBravely – Echo (120 words)

I am taking part in the Write Tribe Festival of Words. And today’s prompt is –   ECHO “I am leaving,” she said. He looked at her, like a patient mother would at her errant child urging him to explain. “I am … Continue reading

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#WriteBravely -Holidays and marriages

I am taking part in the Write Tribe Festival of Words. And today’s prompt is – Holidays and marriages “I think what we really need is a holiday. We have been very stressed of late,” she urged. He nodded without looking … Continue reading

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Funny little turn

Image by Renee Heath Written for Friday Fictioneers FUNNY LITTLE TURN “Where do we go for our annual trip?” Sakina asked excitedly. “Casablanca,” chimed Afiya as usual. “Fes,” argued Sakina as usual. Zahra kept quite as usual. She went wherever her … Continue reading

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Past Life

Picture Credit © Russell Gayer Written for Friday Fictioneers Past Life Looking at the ominous mountain of white sand, he knew he had come home. Seeing it in his dream every night since he was a young boy, he knew it … Continue reading

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