72…73…74..75 Seconds ‘Oh fuck this’ he thinks and opens up the box. The gush of rotting comes out to nauseate his nostrils. He feels his stomach churn inside, and a sourness runs through his throat. But more than that, the failing disgusts him to the core. 37th iteration was never supposed to fail. He puts […]Read more "The Melting SandBoxes of Time"
When Zariya crashed on the road from her scooter, she was 19. She was at an age that identified her goals and realized them as dreams. In a split second, she lost everything. A sharp gravel stone pierced the skin under her neck and cut through an internal carotid artery. She lay there, immovable and […]Read more "The Wonderful Life Of Zariya"
“When you wake up and get back to reality, the deep-rooted reality, that’s when I feel blinded. Like in water. Plain, deep, and dangerous. Formidable even and yet just. Don’t you think? ” ” Maybe you are old, sheesh, you’ve grown old more than the time I’ve seen you. Since what last winter. But what […]Read more "The Butterfly Girl – Episode One"
” As life grows up and dreams start making sense there in, at that moment my friend, you cease to exist ” Orhan Pamuk. I woke up as the waves crashed over the stony footway and blanketed the pebbles which had some meaning for themselves. Perhaps they wondered of the static nature of things. Or […]Read more "The Pebble And A Night"
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 […]Read more "BIRTH"
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 […]Read more "Continuum"
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 […]Read more "Goddess In The Blood"