That Day

Sometimes, I forget the intentions to be accomplished in my life, the things I’ve to be done before that day. They constantly address it as a sacred moment- a couple seconds which helps to interpret the other face in me- a hooked path yet to be unknotted…..

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Words of mystery

Flew in the face of

My life- a satire.

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Sidney Sheldon

Tell me your dreams…

A stranger in the mirror,

The other side of me!

PS: I suppose, you’re all familiar with the 3 lines I’ve written above as in the form of a haiku. All these 3 lines are the titles of the 3 books written by Sidney Sheldon- one among my favorite author, and hence this post has been dedicated to him as an honor from my side.

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His Shadow

As I watched his mysterious shadow near the parking lot on Witch Street, I felt as if my death would hang him and his memories of me forever.

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His Sister

There was something sinister hidden in his scheming mind; the side of which he had never shown his sister. After a long time waiting, he saw his chance to exact revenge for what she had done the previous day. He came back to his home with every intention of killing her.

When he opened the side door, he was surprised to see his little sister’s innocent, angelic expression. She just smiled and ran towards him, and gave him a tight hug, enveloping her elder brother in her love. His anger quickly melted away within that short space of time, and they played another new game together.

This is a pure work of fiction written for Write Tribe’s 100 Words on Saturday – 2014 # 1 and UBC Day 4

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