Author: sreeblogweb

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‘He’s no more, Akangsha’ – the words echoed in my ears again and again, my head spun; I looked around for a place to sit but my sight started getting blurred. I stretched my hand out and opened my mouth, but I collapsed onto the ground. ‘Are you okay now?’ – the words suddenly hit…

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It wasn’t me whom you murdered. Mrs. Roy – became her identity. ‘Just a housewife’ – they’d described her. ‘You’d better stay at home’ – she’d agreed. ‘Your father should’ve offered our son a car or a new flat’ – said her in-laws. She’d swallowed back the humiliation. She’d thought love was incomplete without compromises. …

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I sat down on a wooden bench in the farthest corner of the park. I looked down at my hands. They’d gotten wet wiping off my tears. ‘Hello,’ the voice emerged out of nowhere. I looked up. There stood a tiny boy a few steps away, ‘did someone break your toy?’ He frowned. I forced…

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My phone rang for the umpteenth time; it must be Mom, I hurried my steps. My hands were busy holding the umbrella tightly. The rain gradually turned into a storm. The road was hauntingly empty. Apart from a small roadside tea shop, there was nothing else. Every few minutes, the lightning and crashing thunder sent a…

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‘It’s still raining hard outside…,’ Rishi closed the window shutters and turned to me. I rolled my eyes and heaved a deep sigh; ‘this is the last time we’re meeting before…,’ he stopped. I wasn’t paying attention to him. The ongoing thunderstorm worried me, I’ll miss the bus, I stole a quick glance at my wristwatch.…

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‘Will you marry me?’ The question, all of a sudden, made me think what if I said no. It made me wonder if I’d always meant no whenever I’d said yes to him. What if the kind of love I received was not what I’d wished for. He got down on one knee. The smile…

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I can’t breathe; my throat feels dry, sweat drips off my face and hair; I need water, I open my mouth but no word comes out of it. Where am I, I slowly open my eyes; it’s completely dark; I’ve never been in a more horrendous place. It seems I’m sitting on a chair, but where am I…am I…

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you’re gonna die today… – The message popped up. I frowned. you’ve got 10 minutes…, another message arrived. I looked around the tram and saw an old lady, a middle-aged man, a young girl and a little boy; they looked back at me with a strange smile lingering on their lips. My phone lit up – Well, let me refresh your memory……

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‘The rain looks beautiful, doesn’t it?’ I stretched out my hand and the droplets touched my palm. ‘I love how the rain drops hang from the drenched window grills.’ I added, smiling. All I could think of was how much I’d missed the rain. I would shut all the windows, pull the curtains and sit on my bed putting…