BIRTH

Oxygen 97 Percent : The man moved out of the old shelter and into the green looking sky. 200 years back everything had changed about the hues and colors. Everything therefrom appeared to be just green . 1 million survivors had not from that point, heard the chirpings again, and the man had been no […]

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Continuum

The days got shorter and so did the nights. The strange phenomenon that the calculations never comprehended. Wasn’t a month later, that the earth stopped rotating. Chaos, unsettling possibilities, reshuffling of resources and everything else took twenty years to be sorted out. Every country merged with the other, and the continents got blurred. The whole […]

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Goddess In The Blood

The fairly desolate village on the banks of the sea would always retire for the day, as soon as the sun went down over the horizon. Their routine seldom changed. The day and it’s work would be left abruptly, and the whole populace would gather around the dazzlingly decorated and yet hauntingly silent temple right in […]

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B.E.C.A.U.S.E

” Accident case… Joseph Raju.. Please..” The forty year old man managed to stitch up words. The phone rung somewhere, and someone down the corridor mopped the floor with a strong antiseptic detergent. The receptionist remained unperturbed and pulled out a folder from under her desk. Government hospitals were infamous for being detached and distant. At […]

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The Girl At The Corner

The little girl was thrown into the last room at the end of the velvety floored corridor. The girl struggled in the darkness for a few moments, as she moved her hands frantically to find something to support herself. She could make out a bed in front of her, a faint snoring from it’s direction […]

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The Blue Intercept

How would you describe a canvas full of meaningless strokes? Of moody hues and liberal turns? Of blacks and omniscient blues?  The woman wearing those distractively red heels walked into the room. He had been very specific about them. A five incher, a magenta muxed , plain and impactful. And yet he noticed nothing as he busily […]

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Castle Dreamer

Your legs were all wrapped in vines and your toes stuck in the dirt where your eyes were wet with chilled autumn wind you were standing in the garden when you realized you’d sinned you put a rose to your head and said, “please let me destroy you” I touched your lips and the rose withered […]

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