Thursday, February 02, 2012

Just a few sentences...

Sometime back, I saw six sentences micro fiction, and, tried my hand at it. Here's what I wrote,

Title: Love too late.

It was not an unexpected visit, yet the emotions it generated were quite world shattering.
 I was seeing him after aeons, and, all the emotions pent up within, leaped uncontrollably to the forefront.
Yet, for all appearances, I was cool and collected, that is, until he brought out the book of memories that he had been writing in since we parted.
My eyes welled up when I saw every moment of ours written down and decorated with pictures and loving words.
 I knew this was love way too late! I brushed the hair off my face and blinked back my tears, swallowed the lump in my throat and said, "It's so windy out here!"

Za faran

I have linked up here.

10 comments:

  1. Wow, love your story. It captures so much in 6 sentences, very well done:)

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  2. Sentences carries a lot of things in it...Thanks for sharing such a wonderful one

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  3. Thanks, Amithigirl and Kala for your comments. Will try writing more! :)

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  4. wow... a story in 6 sentences.. very well written.. super impressed..

    on another note.. is that a pista shell lotus I see.. on the header??

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    1. Those are onion pink colored shells.

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  5. No, Patricia, those are real shells made to look like lotuses. My Mother's choice. :) Thanks for all your encouragement and support.

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  6. I enjoyed your very short story! Thanks for sharing. It said so much with so few words.

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  7. Thanks for linking up to Storytelling Sunday. As you are linking, please do make sure that your post includes a link back to the rest of the stories. Thanks! And maybe we'll see you again next month?

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  8. Thanks, Chipper and Sian for visiting, commenting. I will post a link, Sian.

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  9. Wow, a vivid story in a few short sentences!

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