Sunday, March 15, 2015

Found No One



Friday Fictioneers - 13 March 2015

I was not sure if I was being vindictive, because I dint even knew her name!

She might have been The Goddess in her world but definitely not mine!

I was feeling almost giddy by the time I ran to her place.

The lewd crowd of people in my path were staring as usual.

Needless to say I went to that place every day, but found no one and returned with nothing.


Linking this post to:

Five Sentence Fiction - Vindictive,
Two Shoes Tuesday - Name,
Three Word Wednesday -- Week 418(giddy, lewd and needless)
Friday Fictioneers Photo Prompt hosted by Rochelle



18 comments :

  1. This makes me curious. I would love to know more of this story!

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    1. Hey McGuffy,

      This is the story of a person, who is in search of a the one who might or might not have turned(that is the reason he isn't sure if he was being vindictive) his life upside down... He wants to meet her to find answers to his questions, but every day when he goes to find her, he finds nothing, he finds no one..

      Thank you very much for stopping by! Keep visiting :)

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    2. I hope you write their story, anfd why he needs to know her. I like it.

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    3. I will definitely try and I will let you know if I write :) I'm really really happy to have you read my post,:):)

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  2. Yes I too am left with questions and want to know more.

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    1. Hi Irene :) The above said thing is my version.. The guy lost something/someone in his life and wants to find out the answers from someone he is in search of.. he goes there everyday in search of her, but he finds no one..

      Thank you very much for stopping by! Keep visiting :)

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    1. Thank you very much for your kind words, Cifar! I'll definitely check your post :)

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  4. Profound, I read it more than twice Sankeerth and every time my thoughts gave a new avenue. Very nice work...one of the best of all I have read so far. When I find no one...I am left with myself and that's when I discover me bit by bit.

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    1. You really made my day by your kind compliments, Shweta :)

      I might be completely off the topic but finding and spending time with oneself is the best way to discover themselves..

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  5. Hi! I am glad you came to join us at Two Shoes Tuesday this week. So often we are left with life's questions unsettled, and we seek answers from the people we can't find.

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    1. Hi Josie! I'm really happy to be a part of Two Shoes Tuesday and thanks to you for giving us the opportunity to write for the prompt :)

      Life itself is a very big thing for us.. the moment we understand it, we'll find answers to every question!

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    1. Thank you, Anita! I'm glad you liked it :)

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  7. I love the double-meaning to Goddess, hinting to her pride and to the mystery of her, whoever this person is, and how the idea is woven together in your narrator's mind.

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    1. Thank you very much for your kind words Anne Higa :) Welcome to my blog!

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