Hurry #FiveSentenceFiction 10

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“Imagine that you have only six months to live; what do you do?”

“Then I will live my life to the fullest, checking off things from my bucket list, without thinking what others might say,” Mia replied as blindly as she was posed with the question.

“Let’s do that then!” exclaimed Sherry.

“Why such a hurry?” Mia questioned without lifting her eyes off from the phone.

“Because today my doctor told that in less than six months the tumor in my brain is going to win my life completely.”


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Welcome to the weekly series of Five Sentence Fiction. Every Tuesday I will write a micro-fiction in five sentences based on the prompt.  The above story is written for the prompt HURRY. Feel free to join me with your Five Sentence Fiction using Hurry as prompt in the comments. I would love to read yours.

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Wordless Wednesday 38

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There they stood tall, together,
Shoulder to shoulder
Sunny or rainy,
Swayed to the tunes
Of wind, together.

Linking with Thursday Tree Love hosted by Parul at Happiness and Food

and Skywatch Friday.

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Wish #FiveSentenceFiction 9

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“You look ravishing.”

“Really? You do know that we are not going to happen, don’t you Dave?”, smiled Kate teasing him.

“I know. But I wish I didn’t!” sighed Dave.


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Welcome to the weekly series of Five Sentence Fiction. Every Tuesday I will write a micro-fiction in five sentences based on the prompt.  The above story is written for the prompt WISH. Feel free to join me with your Five Sentence Fiction using Wish as prompt in the comments. I would love to read yours.

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Lost #FiveSentenceFiction 8

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She ceased to exist long before anyone realized.

Bit by bit, she changed – her humming, playfulness – it’s all part of maturity, concluded everyone. Her monotonous smile – oh, that’s just how it is, as you grow up and get busy with life, trivial things are lost and forgotten. Look at her, the graceful lady she has become, putting others ahead of her, always thoughtful!

No one realized that she ceased to exist altogether, a stranger to herself!


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Welcome to the weekly series of Five Sentence Fiction. Every Tuesday I will write a micro-fiction in five sentences based on the prompt.  The above story is written for the prompt LOST. Feel free to join me with your Five Sentence Fiction using Lost as prompt in the comments. I would love to read yours.

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Rants of a stifled tear! #FiveSentenceFiction 7

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She will object, but she did invite me in. No one ever looks out for me, yet I am there for her, always.

She doesn’t want me now, though, I’m the lone witness of her suffering, her companion when the world turns its back on her. Nevertheless, she tries to get rid of me.

I wonder if it is her suffocated sniffles or my own strangled whimpers that will finally be heard!

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I am starting off with a weekly series of Five Sentence Fiction every Tuesday here. The above story is written for the prompt WITNESS. Feel free to join me with your Five Sentence Fiction using Witness as prompt in the comments. I would love to read yours


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Anniversary – #FiveSentenceFiction 6

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“Today marks the 4th anniversary of the day we met, and of all other days, I cherish this one the most as this day is the reason behind all other happiness that followed. How wonderful it would have been if you would break this silence and talk to me. Can you do that for me just for today, my love? ”

Nothing can persuade Tanya, Sam realized with a heavy heart.

He placed the tulips, her favorite flower, on her grave and walked away.


 

medievalI am starting off with a weekly series of Five Sentence Fiction every Tuesday here. The above story is written for the prompt ANNIVERSARY. Feel free to join me with your Five Sentence Fiction using Anniversary as prompt in the comments. I would love to read yours.

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Hide and seek – #FiveSentenceFiction 5

He sneaked in without tipping her off and propped himself in the corner. Well hidden from her sight, she won’t find him now, he thought playfully.

He decided not to reveal his presence for now and continued spying on her. He wanted to be well prepared before she could even doubt his presence anywhere near her, else she will call in reinforcements ruining his plans.

No, let her get comfortable and he will get hold of her off guarded and make her head wither in pain before she could pop the pills and get rid of him, thought the migraine cunningly.


 

medievalI am starting off with a weekly series of Five Sentence Fiction every Tuesday here. The above story is written for the prompt HIDE. Feel free to join me with your Five Sentence Fiction using Hide as prompt in the comments. I would love to read yours.

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Deception – #FiveSentenceFiction 4

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“Aww, honey, you look ravishing in this picture!” – said the comment notification on facebook for her photo followed by three hearts and kissing emoticons.

“You are so sweet, my love!” – she replied after liking her husband’s comment.

“You two are adorable, so much love!” – said another comment from a mutual friend.

Mindlessly, she liked that comment too. The farce of perfect couple and their perfect love fooling their friends and family and themselves; deception at its best, she thought nonchalantly.


 

medievalI am starting off with a weekly series of Five Sentence Fiction every Tuesday here. The above story is written for the prompt DECEPTION. Feel free to join me with your Five Sentence Fiction using Deception as prompt in the comments. I would love to read yours.

Freedom – #FiveSentenceFiction 3

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She tiptoed across the room. Silence was all she could hear except for his gentle snores.

Quietly, she made it through, out of the door and took a sigh of relief as she finally found her freedom.

But it was short-lived as her baby erupted into wails again that night dragging her back in the room. Rubbing her sleepy eyes, she picked up her baby to repeat the charade all over again.


 

medievalI am starting off with a weekly series of Five Sentence Fiction every Tuesday here. The above story is written for the prompt FREEDOM. Feel free to join me with your Five Sentence Fiction using Freedom as prompt in the comments. I would love to read yours.

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Wordless Wednesday 37

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Behind the thick clouds
Hid the rainbow
Gently reveals its presence
A tiara for the clouds
A marveling sight for us!

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