Have You Seen My Sister? – Final Part (4 min read)

Missed Part 1 and Part 2? Chapter 7 My hands start shaking. I scroll through the pictures. Almost in every picture, I can spot her. Sometimes with my husband. Sometimes with my daughter. Sometimes with other people. ‘I guess you two are twins. Right?’ The voice jerks me and I look at my Doctor. He … Continue reading Have You Seen My Sister? – Final Part (4 min read)

Have You Seen My Sister? – Part 2( 2 min read)

Missed part 1? Chapter 4 I remember our car ride before the accident. I was upset about something. She made me laugh. She told me she would always be with me no matter what. And I replied saying, ‘I wish I could spend my life like this. Without having to need others. Just with you.’ … Continue reading Have You Seen My Sister? – Part 2( 2 min read)

Have You Seen My Sister? (2 min read)

Chapter 1 I was in a coma for two days. People think you’re nearly dead when you’re in that stage. But now that I’ve come out of it, I can say I’ve never felt more alive. I could sense everything around me. I heard a lady crying, a man talking to me about things which … Continue reading Have You Seen My Sister? (2 min read)

That Deserted House (2 min read)

You walk down a road and feel a pair of eyes on you. But then, there is nobody around. It's a quiet summer afternoon; people, unlike you, prefer to avoid the heat and take a nap around this time. Is it just your hyperactive instinct? Then you step into your front yard. You hope to … Continue reading That Deserted House (2 min read)

On The Last Train (2 min read)

He followed her into the woods. She walked, rather ambled through the dry leaves. The rustling thundered across the air. It echoed through the quiescence of the surrounding. His heart raced fast. He moved his feet discreetly, avoiding the dry leaves, lest she heard his footfall. She seemed strangely comfortable moving through the woods. Her … Continue reading On The Last Train (2 min read)

The Mirror (1 min read)

They say abandoned houses recount their past in the darkness of night - at the wee hours; to be able to hear the faint murmurs, you'd have to overcome all the chaos within - the tiny voices of conscience, the little flames of vulnerability and the most crucial of all, fear. I don't quite get … Continue reading The Mirror (1 min read)

Into her world( 1 min read)

My eyes hovered over the photographs hanging on the wall; they suddenly stopped on one, a group picture. 'Wasn't this taken on our farewell day?' I asked, turning back. 'Yeah...this is my favorite out of all.' Raju replied. Rohan nodded - 'It always evokes nostalgic memories...golden days, huh?' I leaned over and looked through the faces; … Continue reading Into her world( 1 min read)