Sunday, October 7, 2012

An Untold Story - Drabble

This post has been published by me as a part of the Blog-a-Ton 32; the thirty-second edition of the online marathon of Bloggers; where we decide and we write. To be part of the next edition, visit and start following Blog-a-Ton. The theme for the month is 'An Untold Story'




It was 2 in the Midnight.

Charan was in acute depression.

It was been a week since his wife Anjali committed suicide...

His best friend Vincent came to console him and said

"How did this happen?"

" She came to know that i had an affair with my colleague"

 "Is it true?????"

 "Vincent, you know very well about me and the truth "

"Yes, of course, I do"

"But someone had lied to her "

"Who's that??"

"You know him, Vincent"

"Who???"

"It's you "....

........

The next day both were found stabbed to death.

Later, police investigation revealed that Anjali's death was a planned murder


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PS: drabble is a fiction of exactly 100 words in length.

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21 comments:

Someone is Special said...

Welcome back Mahesh! Glad to see participating in Blog-a-Ton! This is an Untold Story told in a gripping manner. I liked the twist in the end that even Anjali's death was a murder.

Someone is Special

Mahesh Kalaal said...

@Someone special
Hey thanks for the pat buddy :)
will try to be regular :)

Diwakar Narayan said...

Nice story. And thanks for introducing a drabble :)

Someone is Special said...

:) Great!

aativas said...

Glad to see you Mahesh - after a long gap you are back with your gripping story!!
By the way: Who murdered Anjali?

Mahesh Kalaal said...

@Aativas ...
Thanks for the pat buddy :) :) :)
am really happy to meet u guys on this platform .... :)

Coming to the post,
the "untold story" lies in your question....

just another wake up call said...

nice story! the last bit adds a twist that keeps me thinking about what actually happened.
sapna, just another wake up call
http://justanotherwakeupcall.wordpress.com/2012/10/07/family-secrets-an-untold-story-short-story/

Roshmi Sinha said...

With a twist in the tale. Surreal it is.

odyzz said...

Ahaa!! gripping hundred words...liked the twist at the end...well done buddy :)

I am here
http://odizzey.wordpress.com/2012/10/07/an-untold-story/

Apala Sengupta said...

Leaves the reader thinking! I like that! :)


BAT32 - Apala

AYUSHI... said...

Short and crispy 100 words magic... All the very best.. :)

unknownshri said...

Super nice!

Siddhesh Kabe said...

Dude you rock man....:D

Amit - The Frivolous Analyser said...

Gr8 story with a twist .... drabble is a new thing that I learnt ...
Amit - The Frivolous Analyser

Deepa said...

Whoa. Crisp fiction with a brilliant twist. PS: Don't we need to use the exact words An Untold Story in the piece?

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jaish_vats said...

Good One and I learnt what is a drabble today. Thanks for that

jaishvats

Megha said...

Mahesh,

This untold story was Spic-and-span! :)
I really liked it. It was so engrossing that I wished it wasn't a Drabble :P
I want to read more from you..so you have a follower now :)

ARJUN MS said...

Good one, there is an untold story in your drabble, liked it :)

Do visit mine http://www.stylisharjun.blogspot.in/2012/10/an-untold-story.html

Karan Shah said...

misunderstandings can be very destructive
ATB for BAT :)

Kshitij said...

Nah. I did not like this one a lot.

Maybe it's your concept of sticking to a 'drabble' that made me think that things happened way too quickly.

I remember - long, long time ago, I had read a post of yours - it was the story of a tree (maybe in Gingerchai competition??). And I remember I loved that post. Which is precisely why I came with high expectations :)