She pushed the door open, and there he was, standing in his favourite spot, smiling his biggest smile! This man loved her, she knew, and he would never leave her.
The social story portraits an incident happened in life of a photographer and the photograph he took make some consequences in a girl’s life.
The faded photo—in sepia, a tint popular some fifty years ago—was framed in dark wood, and the protective glass sported cracks at the corners
Dennis had gone for his usual walk in the park. It was a weekend morning in the season of springs. It was then that his eyes caught a sight of a photograph
Family Short Story: “Oh, you would like Nikhil alright. He’s a wonderful boy and would be the right match for my lovely princess!” Dad reassured her.
Moral Short Story: Sadanand picked up the photos lying on the table and exclaimed, “Oh! What a beauty! Very beautiful face! Certainly worth an award of Best Photogenic face”.
Short Story Suspense: This was sheer madness !! It was just not possible, breaking all the rules of physics, how can you look into the past?
Family Short Story: Ann has been driving her car at a maddening speed. She had never been blackmailed the way it was done today morning. The car came to a halt at last.
Love Short Story: Clicks of the very same camera were no more jolting any sensation in my chiselled body. My body seemed lifeless. No flash light for last three days
Social Short Story: I squinted, willing my brain to remember the details as I gazed intently at the picture – Two girls – I tried harder, harder.