Anupama writes a letter to her 18-years old daughter. Read what she has to say.
The sea fell in love with a boulder. The boulder remained unmoved, until one day. Read this story, on how the soft moves the hard.
So you already know that this story has a boulder. No, nothing too special. It was just a normal boulder. We will call him Mr. B.
He, rather, quickly dried himself of her remnants in the sun, and sparkled the salt that she had left behind.
However, what she noticed was spectacular!
There came a gang of men, at least twenty of them.
Do all girls taste the same?
An alumnus of Indian Statistical Institute, Sinjini Sengupta is an erstwhile Actuary turned into an
The personification of sea and boulder, their relationship, the rape survivor and the end of the villains are amazingly woven. Kudos to your wonderful imagination. ( for me the girl is a survivor and never a victim). Loved your story.
Thanks so much! 🙂 Do visit my blog at sinjinisengupta.blogspot.com and keep the comments flowing 🙂
Beautiful story- equally amusing (because of the personification0, gripping, poignant and with an interesting ending. Good job with the telling of the story!!
Thanks a lot. Keep the comments coming. 🙂 and, do visit my blog at sinjinisengupta.blogspot.com 🙂
Beautifully written story…gets more interesting, with its twists and turns…nice ending.
Thanks much, Prabhati. 🙂
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