#Flash Fiction story: Death Completes Me by Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores

The yellowed open pages of an old book

Reading Time: < 1 minute Another Flash Fiction Story published by Gobblers/Masticadores! What happens when death becomes a part of life? Again and again. An unbelievable and chilling tale. Please read ahead and click the blue link to enjoy the entire story. Cheers!

She Will Cry For You – Flash Fiction Story

A white woman who is crying and blowing her nose into a tissue

Reading Time: 2 minutes Okay! Here she comes. Please move! Get the hell out of her way! Can’t you see she’s in a hurry? Everything probably looks so blurry. It’s not impaired vision but the tears in her eyes. No, it’s not… Read More

Servant Girl Munni – Flash Fiction Story

A young girl in dirty clothes standing and staring from behind a wired fence

Reading Time: 2 minutes Munni stood behind the door, peeking through the crack she had discovered three days after her first day of joining. The girl’s mother had barely waited for her to turn eight before exerting her right as a parent… Read More

Swami Achoo – Flash Fiction Story

A swami wearing sunglasses and beaded necklaces smoking an opium pipe

Reading Time: 2 minutes Swami Achoo was an up-and-coming godman. The red strip of powder ran down his forehead till the tip of his nose. It divided his uneven face into two perfect halves. The swami had a drooping eye and a… Read More

Simply Guilty of Small Sins – Flash Fiction Story

A porcelain face of a woman with an exposed brain

Reading Time: 2 minutes Cynthia Dunham came across as a kind and generous woman. It wasn’t her appearance or her stature. She was taller and broader than most women and poorer than most too. And her struggle with hirsutism made her comparable… Read More

Noorie and Steve Forever – Flash Fiction Story

At dusk with the city skyline behind them, the silhouettes of a couple holding hands and leaning backwards

Reading Time: 2 minutes Noorie had found the love of her life. He was Steve, a handsome six-feet-three Caucasian. And in him she had found herself. Remove the ‘Cauc’ and she was revealed, a pretty five-feet-two Asian. They had met at university,… Read More

The Silent Participant – Flash Fiction Story

A man listening into a paper cup held against his ear

Reading Time: 2 minutes You’ll never notice me. Why? Because I keep to myself. Eyes always lowered, back stiff and straight, hands clasped in the prayer posture. It’s my way of saying – I’m unconcerned by your presence. My world is me,… Read More

No Mercy To Be Shown – Flash Fiction Story

A pair of man's hands in dark light

Reading Time: 2 minutes He stood like a stubborn weed, fixed in his place, unmoved by the activity around him. And much was going on. Though the mood was sullen and withdrawn, the voices hardly slicing the stiff hush laid out on… Read More

Flash Fiction Story – The Village Bride by Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores

The yellowed open pages of an old book

Reading Time: < 1 minute A big thanks to Gobblers/Masticadores for taking me aboard as a contributing writer. This is truly a diverse writing platform for writers from all across the world. Read ahead and click the blue link to enjoy the entire… Read More

Make a House a Home Again – Flash Fiction Story

A cream-yellow door in a grey slated exterior wall with a porch light next to it

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hello. Good to see you. I’ve been waiting awhile. No problem. Come in. Have a look around. I hope you’ll like what you see. It’s been some time since anyone’s walked these hallways. Nothing to be sad about… Read More

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