Aarushikrishnan

United States

18
Chicago-Bangalore
Writing soothes my soul
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Aarushikrishnan (United States) published:

first love, last love

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2019

He could not stop staring at her.

She was wearing the dress she had wanted so desperately, and he had saved up until he was able to get it for her. Her makeup was done proffesionally, and it made her look beautiful in a way he was not used to. 

He took hold of her hand, hesitantly. He traced the lines of her palm, then held on like he was never letting go.

He looked into her face for a pregnant moment,...

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Aarushikrishnan (United States) published:

The Wait

PROMPT: Micro Memoir

Tonight, in the infinite dark, we wait.

All of us, together yet alone. So cold our teeth chatter in synchrony. The hair on our arms stand up straight, and we do not know if it's the chill or the restless anticipation. No one utters a word; the silence speaks volumes.

Yesterday does not matter. No one knows how the others have got here, or where they are going. We live different lives; different starts, different journeys. Yesterday some of us...

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Aarushikrishnan (United States) liked Please Leave Them Be, They’ve Had Enough by PouringOutTheSun (Ireland)

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Aarushikrishnan (United States) published:

Matryoshka

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Abbas was always hungriest at dusk.

When he arose at dawn he had enough tasks to distract him from the constant gnawing at his stomach, and whatever scraps he allowed himself for the day pulled him through the afternoon. While the sun was setting, however, as he waited for sleep to steal him away again, there was nothing to divert his attention from the fact that he was soon going to starve to death.

Hunger was not a...

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