Search

Fictionory

Fiction. Stories.

Musings | Friendship

“What’s the difference? You’ll share your secrets with either of them..”
He asked thinking of the unusual conversation that it’s going to be.
“No, you don’t. For starters, best friend will be one and only one.”
“Yeah, I still don’t get the point you’re trying to make here.”
“If it is one, you are dependent on your best friend, vulnerable.”

Continue reading “Musings | Friendship”

Advertisements

Fear. Being Alive.

She looked down, 25ft below her feet,
The adrenaline rush, for what she has been looking,
Second by second, she could feel her heartbeat rising,
To catch that freedom, moment by moment fleeting.

Introvert in her said, “what the heck I’m doing, I love my life, should have been a reader or a writer.”
Extrovert in her said. “Can’t wait to see what’s next, I love my life, should have been done it earlier.”

Continue reading “Fear. Being Alive.”

Closed Spaces. Patience.

He tried to find his breath among the crowd,

Without making efforts, being swayed further and further,

Closed spaces still bothering his psyche,

Would have stayed at home rather.

Continue reading “Closed Spaces. Patience.”

Princess Warrior

Yes, it aches, my heart aches..

not over a gentleman, but for the reason..

known as improper for a young lady..

to let go of the rein, to have a wild run..

 

To create the history, not sewing or painting could..

To mount at the pace of gallop, a vivid imagination would..

Continue reading “Princess Warrior”

Tale of Ambition

She moved around a lot and talks to strangers,

She got the reality check a while back,

Accepted the world as is and started managing her own stars.

Continue reading “Tale of Ambition”

City of Lights

“You two are fools to change the world!

We are doing fine, no need of your vision.

It’s our mess and we are okay with it.

Mind my words, you’d be committing the treason!”

Continue reading “City of Lights”

Outside the Window

IMG_1849

Battle It Out

Sitting in a 2×2 box, he looked out the window,

in a quiet night, raises a voice deep inside his mind,

Long gone are those cards handcrafted by you,

From the attic, in the box earlier when he mined.

Continue reading “Battle It Out”

Home. Away from Home.

“Look at all those stars! Can you spot three stars in alignment, I wonder if they are a part of any constellation”, she said out loud to her roommate.

“Don’t know. But they indeed are spectacular. Let’s go, you need to pack.”

“Yeah, my family will be here in two hours. It’s been two years of being your roommate, being here, where this time had been?”, she smiled. Continue reading “Home. Away from Home.”

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑