Mynah Inconvenience – Friday Fictioneers

“Ned! Can you see me buddy?…” A rather large and reddish nose filled my iPhone display. “Dad, move the cellphone away from your face.” “Oh! Heh heh! I’m rather poor with these technology thingamajigs…” “This better be important. I have a meeting in five minutes.” “Look who came to visit today.” He thrust a rather … Continue reading Mynah Inconvenience – Friday Fictioneers


United We Stand – Friday Fictioneers

The employees united vociferously against the evil management, fighting for their just cause. The police, paid by the management, used water cannons to disperse the throng in mutiny. With chests jutting forward in proud defiance, the employees made the hose-wielding men shrink. “Cut”, screamed the director. “Good job, everyone. Let’s finish with the song shoot.” … Continue reading United We Stand – Friday Fictioneers

Heart Shaped Holes – Friday Fictioneers

“The first time ever I saw your face I thought the sun rose in your eyes…” Sheila hummed as she prepared breakfast. The aroma of freshly brewed coffee filled the kitchen. Orange Juice and Oatmeal were ready, as were an assortment of cut fruits. She cut little heart-shaped holes in the bread and placed them … Continue reading Heart Shaped Holes – Friday Fictioneers

The Loop – Friday Fictioneers

If you are interested in reading an extended version of this story, please head over here. Thursday, 8:02 AM Daksh finished his swim and started toweling. Whistling, he gelled and slicked his damp hair to a spike. He felt a lump on his head but ignored it. He winked at his reflection in the mirror. … Continue reading The Loop – Friday Fictioneers

Misstep – Friday Fictioneers

On a silent lane in Tel Aviv, two men sat silently inside a parked car. The dashboard clock displayed 16:28 Benjamin lit a cigarette and started to roll down the window when a stern look from Yossi stopped him. Those were not their real names. Cigarette fumes filled the car’s interior. Yossi sent a short … Continue reading Misstep – Friday Fictioneers