(Photo Credit: J Hardy Carroll)
A few spindly and elongated branches reflected off a shiny glass window of the stony structure. The invisible rows of books inside narrated a multitude of stories ranging from the asinine to the arcane. Knights in shining armours and damsels in distress; chaste individuals with impure intentions and concubines with pure motives; sensible wars and senseless peace.
However, there was one asymmetric story which no book did narrate. The story of Venky & Ash.
A story with a tentative beginning but without an end;
A story of optimism not based on outcome;
Some stories best remain untold.
(Word Count: 98)
This story was written as part of the FRIDAY FICTIONEERS challenge, more about which may be found HERE
For the complete list of entries, please click HERE
As ever, I am enchanted by the words you chose to use. 🙂
Now that was clever and thought provoking! Well done.
Susan A Eames at
Travel, Fiction and Photos
Very creative & clever write!
I really like the concept of an unfinished, optimistic not-quite-told story weaving around all these sinister and heroic tales.