2016 · 42 WORDS · CHALLENGES · Fiction · Flash Fiction · Yeah Write

Yeah Write #257 – Wish I could stop TIME! – A Microstory

Six months ago, we embarked onto new Parenthood by embracing the new sunshine into our lives.
Every moment of our life has been extremely blissful ever since then.
Wishing our little munchkin a very Happy 6th month birthday. Time surely does fly.

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2016 · CHALLENGES · Fiction · Flash Fiction · WRITING PROMPTS · Writing Wednesday · Yeah Write

Yeah Write #256 – Love-Hate relationship with Green Tea! – #fiction

I’m familiar with the bitter taste. It tasted awful the first time. But, I ignored the bitterness and gulped it down my throat. I had read and heard raving reviews about its numerous health benefits ranging from shedding extra pounds and beating obesity, enhancing fat burning and increasing metabolism, improving mental health, dental health and physical performance; lowering risks of breast and prostate cancer, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Diabetes and Cardiovascular diseases. My goal was to lose weight. I was successfully piling up extra pounds around my midsection and thighs.

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2016 · 42 WORDS · CHALLENGES · Fiction · Flash Fiction · WRITING PROMPTS · Writing Wednesday · Yeah Write

Yeah Write #256 – Doctor’s Advice – Micro story

“Doctor, why am not I getting pregnant?” she asked with tear-welled eyes.

“Well, you’ve normal hormones, great-looking uterus, plentiful eggs, and unblocked fallopian tubes. Stop stressing and you will get pregnant”.

“Two years of calmness didn’t work” She sighed with sheer disappointment.

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2016 · 42 WORDS · CHALLENGES · Fiction · Flash Fiction · Wicked Word Wednesday · WRITING PROMPTS

Wicked Word Wednesday: Disarray

They fought. He stormed out leaving her heartbroken. She patiently waited for him, but his ego forbade him. Days turned into weeks, in-turn into months. Finally, he realized his mistake and returned, only to find her apartment in disarray. She was gone.

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Word Count : 42

Written for Wicked Word Wednesday – Disarray

 

 

2016 · CHALLENGES · Fiction · Flash Fiction · Photo Fiction · Three Line Tales

Three Line Tales – Book Addict

Courtesy: Glen Noble

The community library was her favorite place in the whole wide world.

Being a book connoisseur, she indulged herself in books that aided her in diverting all her sorrow, agony, sadness, disappointment and loneliness.

They were shutting it down shortly.

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Entry for Three Line Tales – Week Five 

2016 · CHALLENGES · Fiction · Flash Fiction · Yeah Write

Yeah Write #255 – To each his own! – Fiction

I don’t know when I started collecting rain introspected Shiela. “Maybe it was from past several months when we were struck by drought, or, was it when this latest ‘challenge’ fad started? Nevertheless, I commenced the task of placing an empty bucket in the front yard of my house every day and leaving it for months together to collect rain water”.

Sheila inspected the bucket and realized that it was vacuous. She looked yonder at her barren field that was deprived of water due to recent drought. Crops had perished. Her farm animals were malnourished. Some denizens had even abandoned her village, in the pursuit of water.

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2016 · 42 WORDS · CHALLENGES · Fiction · Flash Fiction · Microblog Mondays · Monday Musings · WRITING PROMPTS · Yeah Write

Yeah Write #255 – Mind your own business

She forbids me from nurturing new friendships.  Always poisons my ears with cock-and-bull stories. Is she insecure or a control freak? Why poke her nose where it doesn’t belong? She’s getting on my nerves. It’s high time she stops pushing the button.

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2016 · CHALLENGES · Fiction · Flash Fiction · Photo Fiction · Three Line Tales

Three Line Tales: The Colorful Rainbow

 

Courtesy: Alyssa Smith

Sia woke up to the enchanting rainbow spanning across the gorgeous turquoise sky.

She turned her head towards snoring Mia, stroked her beautiful face, and kissed her luscious lips.

A rainbow had indeed changed her life.

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My entry for Three Line Tales: Week Four

2016 · CHALLENGES · Fiction · Flash Fiction · Six Sentence Stories

Six Sentence Stories: Bondage

Ara and Alan were conjoined twins cleaved since birth.

Their parents spent an astronomical sum of money on plethora of surgeries to separate their bodies, but in vain.

Ara was more outgoing, whereas, Alan was an introvert.

Their cleaved bodies became a subject of mockery throughout their lives.

Alan was depressed and wanted to put an end to this prolonged misery.

He didn’t heed to Ara’s desperate cry for introspection, whilst falling off the cliff.

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My entry for this week’s Six Sentence Story prompt – CLEAVE

 

2016 · 42 WORDS · CHALLENGES · Fiction · Flash Fiction · Yeah Write

Yeah Write #254 – What’s in the name? – Microstory

“I will vote for Donald Trump” Jack exclaimed.

Paul quipped, “My vote goes to Hillary Clinton.”

Both of them looked inquisitively at George, who shrugged and jeered, “Well, I will vote for Mickey Mouse, as Shakespeare once said: What’s in the name?”

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2016 · CHALLENGES · Fiction · Flash Fiction · Friday Fictioneers · Photo Fiction

Friday Fictioneers – The Sands of Time

Courtesy: Sandra Crook

“Ladies and Gentlemen this is the ‘Time Continuum’; a magnificent breakthrough in the field of science, math and technology” proudly exclaimed Professor Iknowall to the inquisitive under-graduate students troupe.

“What’s so great about it?” questioned Paul with indifference.

“Spinning the dial in either direction facilitates you to experience infancy and senility alternatively”.

“He is bluffing”, quipped Paul releasing a huge snort.

“Why don’t you step forward and test it yourself?”.

Incredulously, Paul spun the dial clockwise and was flabbergasted at everyone’s wrinkled skin and grey-haired scalps. Vigorously, he spun it counter clockwise, that made everybody crawl around in soiled diapers.

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Word Count: 100

This is an entry for Friday Fictioneers