Saturday, July 23, 2011

Revenge-55 Fiction

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



She left him, ruthlessly, forever, for better prospects.


He is no more in "He is..."


The only thing he is left with is "He was..."


He wont be in " He will..."


He wont be 'Him' again..... the 'Him' made by 'Her'...


... but the only avenge he knows is to be in love with 'Her'. 


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15 comments:

Someone is Special said...

Mahesh, the avenge is very hard to take... You wrote it beautifully with those 55 words.. Love your take....

SmileS.. Here is my post.. Oh, this is .... ReVeNge

Someone is Special

Blasphemous Aesthete said...

I'd call it masochism, he's not avenging but aggravating her deceit.

Cheers,
Blasphemous Aesthete

Brijender Singh said...

Very true-for seeking revenge would be a confession of the pain.
Reminds me of the poet who said "We shall grieve not,rather find, strength in what remains behind".
As always, a delightful and very powerful piece of writing.

aativas said...

Would be good if 'HE' can learn to take 'NO' gracefully.

Animesh Ganguly said...

Wonderful take, very nice!

The Fool said...

Nice way of putting it. i was expecting lot of 55ers for this topic. But yours seems to be the only one. Btw,"He is nor more" would be "He is no more"? Also your use of avenge as noun is a bit uncommon. Thought it was a mistake, but on googling I found the usage does exist but I have not come across.You can check out my post for Blog-a-ton here: Revenge

Shilpa Nair said...

I was about to ask you about your use of 'avenge' as a noun, since I have not seen it used that way, when I read TF's review. The feminist inside me was glad to know that the male protagonist did feel bad that she had left him ;p

Roshmi Sinha said...

Nicely done!

nikhy said...

@Blasphemous Aesthete : he isn't aggravating her deceit, even after her ruthless act(leaving. He clearly stating that he can only love her..it's a proposal..it is not at all avenging and he doesn't want to avenge..b'cos, he understood her leaving too...love and understanding can be together, but not avenge and love...if he's avenging, then it makes clear that he didn't ever loved her...

I feel like, if they are in love they are one, there are no two people in love like pain giver and pain taker...if it is love the pain giver itself takes highest pain as he/she is the cause, in spite of the circumstance which led them to be cause..

All I can say is a sensible post from a sensible writer....

Sunil Padiyar said...

Nice... Liked it .. :)

HaRy!! said...

now this is our Mahes!

Aashish Sood said...

If only HE would learn to be HIMSELF and live without HER!

ATB for the BAT...

Read mine at Revenge is best when served cold

Regards
Wandering Thoughts "

Ketan - www.ketansnadar.com said...

55 words...such a deep thought...

Sadiya Merchant said...

oh. id say bitter sweet. nice readin :)

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