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Honcho

Honcho

Lush melodies drew her to the door of the lounge, the friendly smiles enticed her inside. The people were smoking shisha and chit-chatting while the melodies filled the air. She was happy to see this after ages especially considering the fact that everyone had been working from home for almost half of the year.

That morning a funny thing happened on the way to the kitchen when she realized that she had forgotten her shoes in the laundry thus causing her clothes to get dirty. Being the head honcho of a multi-million dollar organization, she always carried himself with pizzazz wherever she went but not this time.

She had arrived as an analyst but with time she had grown professionally and would eventually depart as the leader of an excellent team of individuals. It was if she had transformed the life of her employees and brought them from darkness into light.

While she was a workaholic during the day, she ensured that she let her down in the evening with friends and some music to go along.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Honcho, Fandango One Word Challenge: Pizzazz, First Line Friday, Saturday Mix: Opposing Forces and Sunday Writing Prompt

Clouds

Clouds

It was as if by

design that the clouds moved in

to aid them in need.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Design, Fandango One Word Challenge: Aid, Sue Vincent’s Prompt: Darkness

D for Darkness – #AtoZChallenge

D for Darkness - #AtoZChallenge

Location: Somewhere over Turkey

“Learn to light a candle in the darkest moments of someone’s life. Be the light that helps others see; it is what gives life its deepest significance.”

– Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart

I am taking the A to Z Challenge 2018 with Blogchatter

Guest Post: A visit to the Bhangarh Fort

Bhangarh Fort

Bhangarh Fort

My whole body has been shaking for an hour now. It’s as if all my body parts have been jumbled up aching every bit every inch. My car can’t find a patch to smooth the tyres and give my bones some relaxation. Before making the trip to Bhangarh Fort, I googled about the place and read about the spooky stories related to the fort paying little attention to one of the comments that gave the exact picture of the journey as I had experienced.

My sudden holidays had forced me to make a short trip to the Sariska Tiger Reserve. But the main attraction of the trip was to visit the horror fort that I had read about so many times.

The D-Day had finally come and I started for the fort early in the morning. Due to the crowded roads, I reached my destination at around 11am. It is not allowed to enter the fort past 5pm as it is said that at night there are ghosts flying all around.

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100 word fiction: Light at the end of the tunnel

Light at the end of the tunnel

Light at the end of the tunnel

PHOTO PROMPT -© Madison Woods

“The moon’s fight with the clouds captures my life perfectly. Every time I try to rise up and shine, something or the other pulls me down.”

John had always believed that he wasn’t cut out to work for someone in a regular 9 to 5 job. He aimed to do something different. Having ideas is one thing and implementing them successfully is another. While he never lacked in effort and perseverance, most of them didn’t really succeed after a certain stage thus impacting him monetarily and emotionally.

But he never gave up, hoping that one day he would strike gold.

Written for the photo prompt and you can read the other entries here.

Linking to NaBloPoMo (National Blog Post Month – August – My post no 3 for this month.

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97 word fiction: The leaking faucet..

The leaking faucet..

The leaking faucet..

PHOTO PROMPT – © Madison Woods

“Why did I have to agree to work in the lab the entire night?” He said to no one in particular.

Though George didn’t believe in ghosts, he felt a bit uneasy thinking that he was the only soul in the entire building that night. As he stepped out of the lab to drink water from the nearby cooler, he heard what sounded like water falling from somewhere. Was it a leaking faucet or something more?

Whatever the case, he kept himself busy and didn’t dare come out of the lab for the rest of the night.

Linking to NaBloPoMo (National Blog Post Month – May – My post no 2 for this month.

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Five Sentence Fiction: Darkness

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“Those people in the dark with long hair, scary eyes and deformed faces will stare at you if you go towards the attic.”

She had been warned by her mother to avoid going there since the time she was born. Though Anne had heard ghost stories of how they roamed about in darkness, she seemed to be at ease even when there was not a ray of light around.

She stealthily walked towards the loft and opened the door. The voices calling out her name began to grow louder and finally she was sucked away into darkness and the door slammed shut with her mother yelling in the background.

Written as part of Five Sentence Fiction Prompt: Darkness

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