Thursday, May 6, 2010

Trial and Terror - 55 Fictions

Note:- 55 Fiction infers to fictional writings bounded to a maximum of fifty-five words.

Trial 
 
It is been over one year since the process of prosecution has started...

Every one is eager to hear the judgment over HIS cruel deeds...

Today, after all hearings, the judge proclaimed, 'Death Sentence!'

Every one in the country is happy and welcomed the sentence, including HIM, as HIS suicidal  mission has been accomplished now.
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 PS : Instead of hanging HIM, i would prefer to torture him for lifetime in prisons. May be we need few changes in our legal system


Terror
 

A small girl came across a stranger....

He was in a special dress, with sophisticated  arms and advanced ammunition...
He has got an AK 47 hanging around his sturdy shoulder...

She asked him innocently, "Are you a terrorist or a soldier?"

He responded , "It all depends on which side of the border you belong to..."
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PS: Any ism will start from fundamentalism which leads to extremism first and then converts into Terrorism  ...


13 comments:

kiran.... said...

Another good post...feel worthy to this blog..... gud wrk......hav fun ..cheers.. :)

Madhulika said...

'Trial' seems to me like my own words...I want people to look at this mind-frame of a terrorist.You have expressed and presented it in the apt manner.

'Terror' is another great work from you published at the appropriate time.

I would like to suggest you to contribute your articles in newspapers and magazines so that more people can read.

Good luck.

Madhulika

Mahesh Kalaal said...

@ Kiran,
am glad that you have found it worthy...keep dropping by buddy....Welcome to wisdomism....thnanks :)

@ Madhulika...
Yea, it feels good when someone finds their intentions in my writings...
Yes, my posts used to get published in New Indian Express Hyderabad edition in 2008-09. But they have stopped publishing blog posts lately... You are correct.... Journalism gives a wider reach and i do have plans in to enter that domain soon :)

anyways, thanks a bunch for the response and the feedback buddy :)

Mehak said...

i completely agree with what you said about him being tortured rather than hung. I mean, he wanted to die in the first place so won't this verdict finally give him what he wanted... But, at least finally some sort of justice is being served...

Mahesh Kalaal said...

@ Mehak...
Yes, that true...some sort of justice is served but my appetite wanted more because he deserves more...

Siddhesh 'Ravan' Kabe said...

the poem on terror was too good...as far as kasab is concerned i dont want his dying quickly...:D

Mahesh Kalaal said...

@ Sid...
Lets hope that he gets what he deserves...

Nethra said...

I liked both the stories but the 2nd one touched my heart.
You are always good with 55-ers. :)

sachin said...

hi mahesh.........good one bro....:-)

geeta said...

For the first one ..I too prefer to torture him for lifetime in prison..Death Sentence is an easy escape for him..

Second one touched my soul...
"It all depends on which side of the border you belong to"
Looking at the special dress and arms n ammunition you cannot know whether you should feel secure or you should run away from there...

Cheers

Mahesh Kalaal said...

@ Nethra...
Thanks for the heartfelt response buddy... :)

@ Sachin...
Thanks bro :)

@ Geeta...
Touching a writer's soul is quite a satiation for the writer in me...
Thanks for the pat buddy :)

Roshmi Sinha said...

Great post... yet again.

But then Kasab... is just a pawn in a very big game.

He is a nobody. Do you think he acted alone or that 10 men came on a boat and held this country hostage for 3 days???

What about the planners, masterminds, financers? What about those that provided the local help?

We can only rejoice if India becomes terror free. If our soldiers and commandos have weapons that work and get the best of training and equipment. Till then...

P.S. btw... what a name this person has or whoever chose him was bang on! 'Kasab' means 'butcher' I guess...

Mahesh Kalaal said...

@ Roshmi...

I agree with every aspect you projected here....

I am not seeing it as a persons versus persons.....It is system for system....with many uncertain vested dimensions attached to it at international level..... Security systems in india is being neglected much conveniently..

anyway, as i said earlier, I guess now i have a very best choice in you so that i can leave all such facts and analysis oriented posts to your blog as you are quite adept in making them a perfect ones...

Keep them coming buddy....
Keep analysing...
Keep adding your streams to my posts :)thanks :)