55-Fiction #2

My second attempt in 55-fiction. A bit different. And for the record I don’t do emotional drama (or melodrama) only, I happen to be versatile.
And as usual, your inputs are requested.
So here goes the second one.

The Adventure

Dev : It was new moon. I was walking down the village road. No electricity, no lantern, no one around. Suddenly…

Ria : Whaaat?

Dev: A black car with no lights, braked hard behind me. The driver with a grotesque face beckoned me inside.

Ria (whispered): Weren’t you scared?

Dev: No darling, it was daytime!


So, for the better? Or worse?

Keep laughing and keep blogging!

About Guria

An Artist in Science: A Misfit 'cause I choose to be one. "Whenever you find that you are on the side of the majority, it is time to reform" And a Maverick, because, I'm... umm... brilliant?
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19 Responses to 55-Fiction #2

  1. hahahahaaa..

    Had a god laugh guria. πŸ™‚ good one.


  2. Hahahahahahaha…….Sreya rocks big time……great twist.

    Read my next post tomorrow…….


  3. Maverick says:

    we move on to humour now!!!! πŸ˜€

    dis one was good….nt extravagantly side-splitting but kewlll enuf to cause a giggle!

    nd dats gud enuf fr me! likd it! πŸ™‚

    subtle humour rocks! \m/

    tc! πŸ™‚


  4. Neha says:

    i am not an expert in this area, so can't give any suggestions…you are indeed versatile…nice one…I quite liked it…very crisp post πŸ™‚

    PS: Sreya, I am still waiting for ur comments on my post..:)


  5. Guria says:

    Thanks people!

    It was actually difficult to fit the story into 55 words. It was coming to 100 or there about. But well, subtle humour it was! I enjoyed my own idea too much not to make a story out of it! πŸ˜›


  6. Paritosh says:

    Cool!! Loved the ending.


  7. Yellow Tulip says:

    he he,,,:)……..nice one..:)..good twist:)


  8. Shruti says:

    Nice one!!

    Keep writing!


  9. Dhiman says:

    This one was hilarious … you are getting a grip on 55-word Fiction gr8…


  10. Aditya says:

    hehe funny.

    Keep writing πŸ™‚


  11. pra says:

    Really good one yar!!Ha….Ha…Ha..!


  12. soin says:

    previous one was better


  13. Kay says:

    had to read a couple of times…captivating


  14. Guria says:

    Thanks Everyone for all your input, everything goes and encourages me further and for the better.

    I'll try and post the full version story. As it is very subtle in the 55-words version and the longer version develops more slowly.

    The ending is already known still I'll post it (as some 250 Fiction probably) and try your patience. But it won't be too soon. πŸ˜›

    Thanks again for taking time to, ahem… judge! πŸ˜›

    Keep laughing!! πŸ˜€


  15. pawan says:

    I am a new comer to your blog!
    And I must say I loved it!
    But somehow, I didn't find this 55 fiction so appealing, as how can one see the new moon in the morning?
    Apart from that everything else is fine!


  16. HaRy!! says:

    witty one!! small blogs always make the impact dont they!:)lol…cya around



  17. Guria says:

    Heyy Pawan!

    Welcome here. I am glad you liked the blog. and I am glad you asked this question.

    how can one see the new moon in the morning?

    Have you ever seen a new moon? πŸ˜€
    Jokes apart, I just used a trick in English language.

    'It was a new moon': means you are referring directly to the moon

    'It was new moon': refers to the day, it can be any part of the day, but the day when new moon occurs.

    That's why I used it, because whenever I'll talk about “new moon” everyone will automatically think it's night. It's human fallacy!

    lol… this sounds like I'm taking a grammar class. But I really hope you got what I tried to say! πŸ™‚

    Keep coming back! πŸ™‚


  18. That was such a touching Fiction 55.. sorry gal, I need to catch up on sooo many of your posts.. will do it soon 😦


  19. Srivatsan says:

    lol..nice one!keep writing 55!


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