Incomplete #5

He waited with a bated breath for her to betray a glimpse of that unflinching storehouse of utmost affection that she had once showered on him. His condition, he felt, was like a moth ready to char itself to death in the devastating flame of the candle. He loved the heartburn more than ever. Inside … Continue reading Incomplete #5

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Incomplete #4

'Will the pendant be ready by the 3rd?' Mr. Sen, the jeweller nodded in affirmative and handed her the acknowledgement receipt. Assured, Ananya left the shop and came out of the complex. Although it was early April, the day was nevertheless getting much too warm for her comfort. She realised that Manoj the driver would … Continue reading Incomplete #4