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It’s a pleasure to share another Flash Fiction Story published by Gobblers/Masticadores.

The story is about a poverty-stricken man named Mithoo and his companion who is a witness to Mithoo’s daily evening drama. This story is a mix of emotions and as usual ends with an unexpected twist.

Please click on the blue link to read ahead. Hope you enjoy it. Do leave a comment, sharing your views and thoughts. Cheers!

If I wasn’t poor, I would’ve paid a pretty price to have Mithoo killed. The drunkard swine has ruined his life and almost most of mine. It’s not so much his drinking. His money is his own to waste. It’s the daily drama that follows. We live like rats packed into drainpipes, […]

Perfect Day To Die By Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores

10 Comments on “Perfect Day To Die By Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores

  1. my comment seems to have disappeared, Terveen: I said how much I enjoyed the characterization and the pacing of the story —

    • Sorry for that, John. Seems to be a slight problem with WordPress. But thank you so much for posting again.
      I’m so glad you liked the story. Really appreciate it. 🙂

  2. Wow, that’s dramatic. Not infrequently one can read stories of somebody falling off the balcony in New York City’s high rises. It’s usually a drunken accident, or at least everybody assumes that. Now you make me think differently …

    • Thank you so much! 🙂
      I think desperation can drive people into tough situations where they put themselves in harm’s way. Maybe repercussions aren’t easily seen when life appears to be a lost cause.

  3. Hmmm. The link to Masticadores is not working for me….going to go there and finish reading! Congrats, Terveen! 😊

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