jyotsna.r.n

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jyotsna.r.n (India) published:

floating dreams

PROMPT: Science Fiction Competition 2021

“Hello, Kalom.” 

 She didn’t look angry, or even surprised at his appearance. It was almost as if Ahana had expected him to sneak into the pits of the prison and show up in front of her cell like the fool he was. 

(Of course she had. She knew him too well.)

 She didn’t even sound disappointed. It unnerved him. The Ahana who he had known was like the sun. She beamed, she shone, she radiated warmth. She was fierce and...

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jyotsna.r.n (India) published:

floating dreams

PROMPT: Science Fiction Competition 2021

“Hello, Kalom.” 

 She didn’t look angry, or even surprised at his appearance. It was almost as if Ahana had expected him to sneak into the pits of the prison and show up in front of her cell like the fool he was. 

(Of course she had. She knew him too well.)

 She didn’t even sound disappointed. It unnerved Kalom. The Ahana who he had known was like the sun. She beamed, she shone, she radiated warmth. She was fierce and...

Seeking Peer Reviews

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jyotsna.r.n (India) published:

If Icarus was a Girl

FREE WRITING

If Icarus was a girl, she would never have flown. She would never have waxen wings strapped to her back. She may not have been in the maze at all. 

If Icarus was a girl, she might have done her inventing in secret. Sketches of pulleys slipped between her silk chitons,  ink staining the fingers that  fiddled with brass pistons. Staying up at night, naming the constellations from memory. Making up explanations for the shadows underneath her eyelids in the...

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5 months ago

jyotsna.r.n (India) published:

If Icarus was a Girl

FREE WRITING

If Icarus was a girl, she would never have flown. She would never have waxen wings strapped to her back. She may not have been in the maze at all. 

If Icarus was a girl, she might have done her inventing in secret. Sketches of pulleys slipped between her silk chitons,  ink staining the fingers that  fiddled with brass pistons. Staying up at night, naming the constellations from memory. Making up explanations for the shadows underneath her eyelids in the...

Seeking Peer Reviews

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