“All the technology in the world and yet the dead remain quiet…”
Anita is on her way to live life in her own terms…
Ravi has married the love of his life…
Hemali just wants a name for her child…
Sudha just wants peace with her husband…
Akalya is on her way to break up with her boyfriend…
In The Ellipses of the Silenced we see the lives of these people through their eyes. They might seem quite ordinary and common, but their stories leave behind too many horrors and unanswered questions.
This collection of short stories will make you hear the voice of the silenced one last time and will make you question why are these things still happening? and what am I doing about it?
“Tell me boo,
Do you love me?”
I ask, leaning on his shoulders.
“I love you like crazy baby” he says,
Smiling into my eyes.
“Tell me honey,
Do you love me?”
I ask, holding his hands.
“Of course I do” he says,
Squeezing my hands tight.
“Tell me Read More...
What the hell is wrong with this guy? Sighing Rohit closed Shakespeare’s Hamlet and rubbed his eyes. If I was Hamlet I would have killed the king as soon as I heard he married my mother! He has been trying to finish the drama for the past three hours and is exhausted now. Shake Read More...
Amrita sat in front of the dressing table. She picks up the makeup brush and starts to apply the highlighter to her cheeks in a slow and focused manner. She needed to look good. Few more hours to dawn and her life is going to change forever. Smiling to herself, she continued adding colour to her fac Read More...
Joy Nesamani in Romance | Reads: 117 | Likes: 1
LOVE AND HONOUR
PG – 1st day.
Ravi is sitting with his friends in the parking lot, looking at the passersby and commenting on them. He and three of his friends have joined the same college to do their MBA, and today was the first day of college. Havi Read More...
Joy Nesamani in Thriller | Reads: 110 | Likes: 1
I saw her for the first time in the railway station opposite to my apartment. It was my interest to lean on the rails of the balcony in my bedroom and look at the people who come and go to the station. My flat is in the 13th floor and it gives me a Read More...
It is the month of March, summer is almost here. The heat has become unbearable and corona fear is all around. A typical day in my life, I leave college early finishing my exam duty as an invigilator. I walk slowly towards the railway station, the scorching sun Read More...
Joy Nesamani in Romance | Reads: 155 | Likes: 2
“You know what? I’m on my way to work. So please stop calling me. I have nothing to talk to you” Meera frustratingly shouted into the phone, to Abishek her boyfriend for the past three years.
“Oh just because I forgot to ask how your presentation went you’re going Read More...
Joy Nesamani in Romance | Reads: 154 | Likes: 3
It is raining, I sit near the window in the train. It is a routine, I get off from work and catch the 6.00 P.M. train to the Central Station. I usually go for the window seat and let the tension of the day slowly slip away from me; slowly the sound of the tra Read More...
I woke up with bags under my eyes, still exhausted from reading till midnight. It is almost 11 o clock, and just thinking about this long stretching and lazy Saturday makes me feel good. Finally a rest from all the hurried mornings and Read More...
Dhruv woke up to the sound of a digital alarm clock waking him up. He tossed in his bed, not wanting to get up. It is too late now, Sofia knows that he’s awake and will now start planning the entire day for him. “God!” he groaned, throwing away his sheets and opening his eyes. His Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 12:17 PM
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