Straight #FridayFotoFiction #Week3

If we thought Week1 of #FridayFotoFiction was fun, Week2 surprised us by being even more so! It was interesting to read varied thoughts making up the entries for the same prompt. Tina and I decided the winner individually and when we matched notes we were pleasantly surprised to see the same name; Preethi Venugopala your take on the prompt blew us away!

Congratulations, Preethi!


PhotoPrompt for Week 3



Avik sat in the dimly-lit room, staring mesmerized at the sliver of sunlight that came in through the window. How the dust motes did a happy dance for that brief second when they reached the sunlight before disappearing into oblivion. He never took his eyes off them because if he did the small room began closing in on him, the ammonia fumes of urine had him gasping for breath and as the rough jail blanket bit into him Avik once more recalled his wise father’s words, ‘Always follow the straight path son, no matter how long and difficult it maybe’.

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  1. Following the straight path and honest path is always the best. There is no shortcut to living life happily even if someone sees them momentarily! Wonderfully written Mayuri.

  2. I love your take on the prompt. Both you and Tina have captured the moment so nicely.

  3. Very well said,Mayuri. Old people always have wise sayings gained from their life experiences .

  4. Good take on the prompt, Mayuri. I am so glad you both liked my post. Thank you for a wonderful birthday gift. Now off to write for this week’s prompt.

  5. Very interesting take on the prompt .I am still thinking.It’s reminding me of Alice ‘s road down the rabbit hole.I wonder

  6. As always, how beautifully you twist the whole story in the end..

  7. Very nice story Mayuri. Love the way you always give a twist in the end. Now I am thinking what to write for my story.

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