Category: Short Stories

I WANT YOU

The train trundles off, shaking the static world. We pierce the round mouth of darkness, and deep into the cable strewn intestine we venture towards another dusty bright island of tangible land. I take my seat beside a hunched female passenger. The train shrieks…

My Old Self

I swirl my stubby espresso cup and draw the first sip. It is wonderous how the first sip of coffee promises a tantalizing sensation, only to rob you of that expectation just after you pass that bitter lush foam. Then it’s just coffee. I…

Encasing the torment.

I walk on my way to assume my position among the foray of voracious eaters in the food court. It is strange how your mind shifts from the usual family unit mentality into the solitary omega member that avoids contact with his surroundings. As…

The Lost fire

My eyes ache, I must have overslept, the agony of meek existence creeping in. But I remember, It crawls back to me like a soft piece of silk gliding over my hairy arm. A beautiful face, my wife kissing me before fleeing to work…