Sunday, May 5, 2013

Short Fiction

With expectant eyes, she looked at the couple who had just entered. She had that glint and innocence in her that levelled her much above every other child in the orphanage.
Soon they left adopting another of her mates.

Shivani picked up her 'crutch', and walked back dejectedly to her room, something she had always been doing all these years.

#On the lines of '55 Fiction'

18 comments:

  1. Thanks, Sushmit, thanks.... :D

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  2. Nice.. I liked it!! Wonderfully written and the idea is awesome.

    Hugs Srish!

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    1. Yayee! Thankyou so much Aaekay! :) :)

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  3. Short and Poignant.
    Nicely written. :)

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  4. This is touching ... beautifully written !!!

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  5. Owww!! This is the best under '55 Fiction' I've ever read! I almost didn't read this post because of it being 55 Fiction! Wow it is :D

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  6. Woah!! A big compliment that was!
    Thankyou very much! :) :)

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  7. Awesome. Poignant. Beautiful.

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  8. :'| Very touching. Beautifully penned.

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  9. A poignant reminder of the ills of our society. Didn't think I could be moved by a story less than 55 words. But I am.

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    1. Thanks a lot! :)
      I am glad to know you liked it that much.

      Welcome here. :)

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  10. Hey,
    You have been awarded a Versatile Blogger Award .
    Please visit the link for details.
    The Shaded Shadows

    Take Care. :)
    Ajay Kontham

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