55 Fiction, Fiction, Love, My first one, Writing Prompts

55 Fiction prompt

Considering the many interesting writing skills naïve bloggers like me need to develop, Corinne and Vidya Sury have come up with this wonderful prompt called 55 Fiction.

Love is the genre that I’ve chosen to write on. So, here goes! 🙂

“Sorry dear, I’m late.” He said, kneeling down. No response.

“Don’t be upset, please. See I got you your favourite orchids.” Again, no response.

“Our relationship is only too precious to me. You know that, don’t you?”

Just then a gust of wind swept the flowers off the grave, and over his face. She knew.

Hope I’ve done it well! Writing with limited words is definitely not my forte…

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  1. Great job well done! 😀 I am usually pretty good at guessing the end….but didn’t see the grave coming! I hope you are now hooked to this writing form, Varsh! Thanks for the great response!

    1. Thanks Vidya! You made my day. Your tutorial was very comprehensive but I wasn’t sure if my post had all the right ingredients in it. 😛
      I’m hooked to it…totally…have a post ready…will put it up soon. 🙂

  2. afshan says:

    For ur first this one is the best 🙂
    but felt sad once it ended
    Good one Varsh

    1. Thanks Afshan…you always have such lovely words to say. Glad I did it right. 🙂

  3. Oh this is so touching! Such a sad twist but goes to prove even death can’t stop the truest of loves.

    1. Sometimes it is death that brings people closer, isn’t it? People don’t realise the worth of what they had only until it is lost…
      Thanks Kathy for your lovely comment. 🙂

  4. Beautifully written. Words are no restraint when the emotions are bang on. 🙂

    1. Thanks Deboshree…I think the challenge lies in getting the emotions across…irrespective of how long or short the post is. Glad you liked it. 🙂

  5. Hi Varsh, it’s sweet and perfect 55-er:)
    Love it

    1. Hi Vishal….thank you so much and welcome here 🙂

  6. subzeroricha says:

    this one turned out to be a lovely 55er. The end of course blew us all away…


    1. Thanks Richa… Giving a twist in such a small story is a challenge and I was trying to do that. Glad you liked it. 🙂

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