In response to Weekly Photo Challenge: Depth
Remember this prompt, when your home was on fire and you got to save five items? That means you left a lot of stuff behind. What are the things you wish you could have taken, but had to leave behind?
Remember my reply to the first part of the prompt?
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I have moved on…..not thinking about the past, I have better things to do in life. Life is good, I am looking forward to next month, Feburary is the month of love and celebrations, I am thinking to have a happy and positive time with my loved ones.
If at all I have to reply then as you can make out from the photo, I would definetly pack my temple, keep all the deities and photos in a bag and run to save myself.
Feburary has so much to appreciate and enjoy. To know more on this fabulous month I would recommend you to read this amazing post written by my fellow blogger Robin who is a wonderful person and keeps on updating her readers on various topics. Her blog is worth visiting.
In response to daily prompt
I already faced the worst of fire last week, still not came out of the shock fully that my favorite electric gadgets except my Bose music system were damaged in that destructive surge. Anyway I don’t want to talk about it since my last two posts were dedicated to it. You can read the details how the things happened and how I was cut off for two days from the e-world. Here I am trying to grab the things which I missed. I read few posts today on the reader, wrote my dailt prompt, played Lexicographer and told you all about the new word- Postingography. Some of you missed it? Hey check it here.
No more fire for me. Let me enjoy some normalcy in my home. I can’t spend more on repairs. When that unfortunate surge happened I couldn’t grab my five things. Quickly I rushed to switch off and take out the plugs by then there were brownouts. If I had a choice I would have grab my mac, mobile phone, my i pod and Bose sound dock and of course my camera battery if it was on charging.
That’s all. Hopefully I woiuld get out of it soon and post few pics for the coming challenges, didn’t feel like sitting on computer since I missed my mac. Now I have got my new charger so the action starts soon….. 🙂
Daily prompt: Burning down the house
Many people deal with it whose kith and kin join services
They get posted to new locations after a certain time period
Their biography have been known through various resources
The term Postingography means biography of the brave ones
Who move along with family, their entire house packed in trucks
They were existing when kings ruled many decades before,
Fighting on horses and elephants, for expansion of territories
Belong to small princely states within the country,no outside enemies
Then came Britishers who established colonies and companies
They were part of “Kaali Paltan” of “Goure Saab’ under the queens
Their color of the skin was black when compared to glowing white Brits
Fought with enemy in the world wars and spread the royal kingdom
Later in independent state they protect the motherland, get posted frequently
Their wives, kids, move with them if it is a peace location full of greenery
The wife feels sad leaving her friends,work place, cherishes sweet memories
The house left behind where she had learnt to bake cakes and canopies
Children keeps on missing classmates, teachers and friends of old town
They wanted to get along and stay more, starting fresh brings a frown
A new world after every two years, feeling complete stranger for months
Packing, unpacking becomes the second nature, life is full of events
In the coming decades the postings shall take place, life will go on
Many biographies will be written, people would feel safe in their houses
Since few braves will sacrifice their stability to provide stability to masses
In response to Daily prompt
Today I had a bad day.
I found that my Mac charger too got damaged in yesterday’s power surge
This was the most shocking thing to me
I can live without TV, without mobile
But without my mac how will I survive? Continue reading Enough was not enough
This is part 9 of flash fiction chain #5 hosted by Pho Trablogger and inspired by the amazing picture above. This is a collaboration of bunch of writers/bloggers all over the world who create a fictional world with their imagination based on the picture given by host Jathin, Proud to be part of this team. Please visit his blog for previous four series.
To get the context of the story, please read the first eight parts
Part 1 by Abirami
Part 2 by Sona
Part 3 by Yinglan
Part 4 by Dr. KO
Part 5 by Austin
Part 6 by Pheena
Part 7 by Itchy Qiuil
Part 8 by Priceless Joy
Rick-10yrs Old Jenna-Rick’s social worker Mrs. Montgomery- Foster mother Jake- Mrs. Montgomery’s son Sun- The Monkey ***Elaborated Characters*** (The Other Kids Sorted By Tables) Table 1- Mesa-Boy, 14 yrs old Toro-Boy, 12 yrs old Wheeze-Boy, 8 yrs old Table 2- Danus-Boy, 11 yrs old Makaya & Kumba-Boys, Twins, 7 yrs old Table 3- Marilyn-Girl, 11 yrs old Britney-Girl, 8 yrs old Kanya-Girl, 6 yrs old
Jenna headed for the jungle leaving Mrs. Montogomery unattended who was still trying to speak something but felt a lump in her throat. Jane was almost running on the muddy track. She could clearly listen her heart beats while she was huffing and puffing to catch her breath. She was breathing from her mouth which went dry. Unable to walk more her sweating body bent on a nearby tree’s trunk to halt for sometime. She closed her eyes, tried to close her mouth. She opened her eyes to look around. The Forest was actually a crooked grove of oddly shaped pine trees grown with a 90 degree bend at the base of their trunks. All of the trees were bent northward and surrounded by a larger forest of straight-growing pine trees. The crooked trees trunks were covered with ginger-brown climbers entangled in branches. As the rush of fresh air filled her lungs, she moved ahead to find the children.