“Do you think it’s that easy? One day you will make a mistake and you will get caught. Don’t you care even a bit about your future?” “What’s the point of worrying about the future if it disturbs your present? I prefer not thinking about it.” “What present are you talking about? You’re an addict. … Continue reading Redemption.
“How many times should I apologize for what happened? Don’t you see any other way?” “I am afraid not.” “Well… try to, I beg you! I’ll confess everything, I’ll go to jail! You’ve got to trust me over this.” “Sorry, I don’t have time for all that.” “I’ll give you money, whatever amount you say. … Continue reading The reply.
She sat in the airport, waiting for him. It was almost empty, with one or two people appearing every now and then. “He’s not coming ma’am, the flight couldn't take off due to bad weather. Maybe tomorrow” The janitor said. “Maybe tomorrow then.” She said with a dejected face and went away. “Till when are … Continue reading Hope.
They say it's a city that never sleeps, and they aren't wrong apparently. Yet there was something unusual about what George just saw.
I wonder why I didn’t say it enough earlier. Probably you always made it look like it wasn't required. David thought to himself. That’s what he wanted to write. He didn’t have enough courage to say it. It was hard for him to pen down on all his feelings. Not only was it the first time he … Continue reading The Letter.
The loner. (This is a post I've written for the Indian Bloggers League. Do check the link in the end 🙂 ) “A pack of bread, 4 eggs and ketchup, would you need anything else sir?” The girl on the billing counter asked Jim. “No, that would be enough. Thanks” Jim replied, with a refreshing … Continue reading The loner