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Shruti
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Shruti
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Am I not Alone?

Straddling in a secluded room. Scrolling through social media sites, I caught glimpses of my mates sharing pictures together with captions "My roomie"," My constant". I attempted to be social, I am implicated with many clubs and groups. I talk with people, pay them to heed but my opinion and presence are alienated! Am I not alone?  ...

Added 07 Jul 2020 | Category Micro Fiction | Votes 0 | Avg Score 0 | Views 38

Broken Castle

We shrieked. We brawled. We lamented. Our relationship which was meant to be a sacred sign of affection suddenly got reduced to abuse and combat. Somewhere it broke me apart. Getting respect, dignity and confidence seemed far away beyond my reach. He didn't hit me but his words went straight deep inside my glass built castle made of love and fondness and smashed it at all at once. I felt...

Added 02 Jul 2020 | Category Micro Fiction | Votes 3 | Avg Score 4.67 | Views 81 | 2 Comments

An Innocent Soul

She was again bullied by one of her seniors. She came back to her room crying. She was delighted to be a part of that event but had never thought it could turn harsh on her. She started scolding herself and took all the flaws on her own. She felt suffocated and unconfident for her ineptitude to enunciate among everyone. The girl turned against herself and kept blaming herself for the way...

Added 30 Jun 2020 | Category Micro Fiction | Votes 0 | Avg Score 0 | Views 124

Complains

You are not good enough.  "Can you really do this? Or should I assign someone else for this work?" they asked. Once again, I started condemning myself for choosing this work. My mind got besieged with dark clouds of endless meaningless tho thoughts that gave a signal there was no way out. Insomnia hit me.  But a fraction of my heart that was still gloomed with conviction announced, "Even if...

Added 28 Jun 2020 | Category Micro Fiction | Votes 3 | Avg Score 5 | Views 124 | 3 Comments

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