FOW @ Write Tribe

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Are you interesting in Writing? Are you interested in testing your ability to write for a challenge?

Then what are you waiting for? Come and join us at the Write Tribe Festival of Words 3. This time :

1. There is no need to sign up.
2. We do not have themes or pre prepared posts.
3. We just need to check Write Tribe for a genre the day before.
4. Write a post to match that criteria.
5. Publish it and add the link in the respective day’s post at Write Tribe.
6. Read other posts linked there. Comment and share the love.

The Genre for Day 1 is already out on Write Tribe. Do take a look.

And remember… Sharing is Caring…. 🙂

See you there. It is going to be challenging and fun!

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Curiosity

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Curiosity

She sat her son on a chair next to mine with a nod as if to say that he was my responsibility till she finishes placing her order. This happens often now. This place is where I relax before I return home to the mess my life has become.

There I was, happily minding my own business and enjoying my cup of coffee one day , when a neighbour walks into the coffee shop. Her son could not curb his curiosity. It was me who used a wet wipe to clean his fingers. He has been my best friend since then.

Written for 100 words on Saturday on Write Tribe. This lovely picture prompt comes via Vidya Sury

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In a Dream

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Festival of Words

I had a dream that I had finished up the Festival of Words and that I had visited and commented on all posts for the festival , during the short nap that I was blessed with a few minutes ago. My back aches and every part of me is swollen. I shifted homes yesterday! The plan was to shift after the 15th. Plans always have a way of changing!

I managed to prepare my first meal in this home today. The dream brought me back to my senses and here I am winding up my Day 7 post. Unpacking can wait!

Written for the Second Festival of Words at Write Tribe – Day 7 – Dream/Dreams

P.S : I will visit and comment on all posts for this festival for sure. Just not sure when! 😦

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NaBloPoMo December 2013

Feeling Lonely

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Festival of Words

Seema was busy unpacking her clothes and setting up her cupboard. She had decided to move in into shared accommodation with her colleague. Getting used to living among the crowd that gathers in her room in the hostel, had taken time. She was not a people person before her parents decided to send her to the boarding school.

She was back to being in a room by herself. Her new apartment mate was busy on her mobile. Seema missed her friends like crazy. She picked up her mobile and shared her feelings online. She was among her people once again.

Written for the Second Festival of Words at Write Tribe – Day 6 – People.

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NaBloPoMo December 2013

 

Living in Pain

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Festival of Words

Shikha was staring at the couple on the dance floor. They were her best friends from childhood. She had always admired their relationship. While in college, their friendship was just that, nothing more. The three of them were inseparable. They grew up together and the bond they shared remained intact through adulthood. On her lap now was their beautiful daughter.

Shikha had chosen to become a doctor and the other two graduated together from an engineering college in the same city. She kept her feelings hidden for so long. But she was craving to be in his arms now too.

Written for the Second Festival of Words at Write Tribe – Day 1 – Memory/Memories.

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NaBloPoMo December 2013

Yeah I know

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Yeah I know

Yeah I know

I was among a group of young mothers fussing over their toddlers and three year olds. Enjoying the conversations and being reminded of my kids at that age. I made it a point not to comment so as not to sound like “been there done that” kind of person. Then one of them comments “you are lucky that your kids are teenagers now , so much time to relax and enjoy!”. At that moment I wanted to behave like one of my teenagers and answer back , “So, you think you know it all, eh?” Why bother! Experience is the best teacher!

Written for Write Tribe’s 100 words on Saturday Prompt.

Today’s prompt comes from Jairam Mohan who calls himself Mahabore – and is anything but! Check out Mahabore’s Mumblings:

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100 words write tribe

NaBloPoMo November 2013

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