11 June, 2011

The Other Day

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Note: 99 Fictions is precise form of micro-fiction that refers to the works of fiction limited to a maximum of ninety-nine words.

The Other Day
~ 99 fiction ~

I like yellow and every time I asked for yellow he gave me orange.
Perhaps he didn’t know the colours names, I guessed!
Latter day I realized it wasn’t the names of colours he was confused about.
He was rather colour-blind and hardly could recognize colours exactly.

The other day I waited for the balloon-man to come early and soon I found many colourful balloons flying high in the sky.

While crossing the road, he could not see clearly and with a shove of the vehicle his sweet soul straight away left to the heaven with those colorful balloons.


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10 comments:

  1. That poor guy! Wish there was something better for people like that!!!!

    ATB for BAT!

    Read mine at The other day

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  2. That poor guy! Wish there was something better for people like that!!!!

    ATB for BAT!

    Read mine at The other day

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  3. Sad ending for the fiction.. but that is life. Well written.

    All the best for BAT.

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  4. Sad but beautifully written. Will be coming back for more reading in future. Keep writing!

    Sureindran - The Other Day

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  5. You could have weaved the end in a more twisted way ... seems like you have written it in a hurry ... I visualize many endings for this story ...

    Liked the first half as it could connect with my way of story telling

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  6. sad... very beautifully written Rachana.. Wanna know what happened the other day?

    Someone is Special

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  7. Tragedy. Sad it is, but his soul climbing the heavens with the balloons was beautiful expression.

    Cheers,
    Blasphemous Aesthete

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  8. Oh, what a tragedy Rach...:(
    So poignant...but thank goodness, he made you happy with those orange balloons though he must be color-blind!

    I am happy to read you once again...:) lest I forget, I shifted to wordpress of late....some probs with my old-first-love-blog!

    Please care to visit when you are free!

    Missin' you much,

    Amity

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  9. Sad end .. but it must be happening with so many every day!

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