Journey #TellTaleThursday

“Come Som, come,”his friend called out from the other side, “a few steps more, cross the bridge, and we are there.”Som looked at the wobbly wooden bridge. A bridge that joined both sides of the abyss. Every step on the bridge, felt it would be his last step. Som looked tired. He had been walking... Continue Reading →

Criminal #SundayPhotoFiction

The bridge, nearly hundred years old, connected old town with the new. Bridge was constructed to facilitate movement of military vehicles and rail traffic. Today, bridge is open for all kind of traffic and pedestrians. “I want to walk home,” he told his friends after a meeting with the dean of academic affairs and dean... Continue Reading →

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