Tag: creative writing

How To Outsmart Over Smart People Easily

In a perfect world, each person we interact with would be nice, kind, considerate, mindful, generous, and more. They would get our jokes and we would get theirs. We would all thrive in a convivial atmosphere where no one was ever cross, upset, or maligned. However, we don’t live in a perfect world. Some people

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What Did I do? I Apolozied

You know that strange aching feeling of constantly your heart being pulled in opposite directions while you feel a small tear happening.   That’s what happens when you screw up and you have to admit that you were wrong and you made a mistake.  You have to apologize to that one person whom you love

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Masters of Writing Flash Fiction Challenge, Week 15

Hello everyone, I am back with this week’s ‘Masters of Writing Flash Fiction Challenge’ contest. I am so glad I posted it, as many writers came together and took part in it and I thank all of you. Looking forward to the next one people. The challenge is all about writing flash fiction stories in

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Masters of Writing Flash Fiction Challenge, Week 14

Hello everyone, I am back with this week’s ‘Masters of Writing Flash Fiction Challenge’ contest. I am so glad I posted it, as many writers came together and took part in it and I thank all of you. Looking forward to the next one people. The challenge is all about writing flash fiction stories in

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She Died, I Couldn’t- Final Part

Neurotic – a person who is afflicted with a neurosis or who tends to be emotionally unstable or unusually anxious. Some people are neurotic in nature, they hide it behind their beautiful yet deceiving and cunning exterior. Have you ever wondered, all those actions caused by you, how they are affecting people around you? No,

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For You Momma

Lost in deep thoughts, suddenly a warm touch caressed my hairs and finally rested on my shoulder… It’s been far too long, stop thinking about what happened And look forward what is yet to happpen. The words struck with me ever since. – Pia Majumdar This is for you momma, my constant inspiration, my buddy

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I Couldn’t, But He Lived

I can smell something rotting around me, maybe it is me. I am not sure anymore after what happened tonight. All I can see is flames, surrounding me, the flame is searing into my skin, I can’t breathe, my lungs are filled with fumes and toxic gas. I can see him now, his eyes fixed

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Masters of Writing Flash Fiction Challenge, Week 13

Hello everyone, I am back with this week’s ‘Masters of Writing Flash Fiction Challenge’ contest. I am so glad I posted it, as many writers came together and took part in it and I thank all of you. Looking forward to the next one people. The challenge is all about writing flash fiction stories in

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Life Is Uncertain, Dont Scrutinize It Much

A lot of people would say, “Why would I waste my time thinking about death? This is a good point. Nevertheless, confronting it now will inspire you to live your life to the fullest while you’re still alive on this planet. When the time comes that you’re already laying on your death bed, your mind

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Masters of Writing Flash Fiction Challenge, Week 12

Hello everyone, I am back with this week’s ‘Masters of Writing Flash Fiction Challenge’ contest. I am so glad I posted it, as many writers came together and took part in it and I thank all of you. Looking forward to the next one people. The challenge is all about writing flash fiction stories in

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Masters of Writing Flash Fiction Challenge, week 11

Hello everyone, I am back with this week’s ‘Masters of Writing Flash Fiction Challenge’ contest. I am so glad I posted it, as many writers came together and took part in it and I thank all of you. Looking forward to the next one people. Sorry for posting the contest a bit late, I was

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Masters of Writing Flash Fiction Challenge, week 10

Hello everyone, I am back with this week’s ‘Masters of Writing Flash Fiction Challenge’ contest. I am so glad I posted it, as many writers came together and took part in it and I thank all of you. Looking forward to the next one people. Sorry for posting the contest a bit late, I was

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Don’t know why

Bespectacled and plump, Rohit Shetty, appeared more like a stamp collector than a mass murderer. While visiting his family during puja holidays in 2016, the 14 year-old, school going kid read a Dostoevsky novel upstairs while his mom, dad, and sister huddled around a TV downstairs. After he was finished reading he bathed, put on

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