Stories Tagged 'Fiction'
Neither the girl nor the conjectures ever interested Sameer though. She was not to his liking—but the poems were beautiful
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Tags: FICTION
We met for the first time in a tempo. We didn’t speak or anything; our eyes met, and that was it. Her curly hair so perfectly framed the broad cheeks that were covered by a surgical mask. Blue, I remember. It was blue; and mine was green.
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Wearing a dress—which was torn in more places than one could care to count—using a rag as a muffler, and carrying a stick, the woman who lived alone on the hill was on her way to the city again.
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That day, as soon as we stepped out of the house, we sensed freedom. But the feeling was only short-lived. What lay immediately in front of us was insecurity and a long, long battle for dignity
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By 9:11am, Sameer could already tell this would be a very long day. From what he could make out from the loud yells filling up the hallway,
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Tags: FICTION
After I’m gone, there will be a vacant bed, a vacant wardrobe. But they will soon be filled up with another sleeping line and books and accessories
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Tags: FICTION