OK this concept is really catchy. And addictive! Here come three more 55-ers in a row.
The basic element that runs through all these stories is the concept of ‘trust’ and its varying forms/consequences.
She: “Sweetheart, I’ve left my home and parents for you. Please don’t betray me.”
He: “Relax, sweetie… tomorrow we are getting married.”
They sleep in each other’s arms.
Later, his mobile rings and he quietly sneaks out.
He: “The girl’s ready. Come before daybreak. Amount? Double or nothing! Else no deal.”
Inside, she slept peacefully…
Bunty complained, “When will Papa come home, Mamma? It’s been so long…”
“Papa’s a soldier, baby. He has his duties. Once that’s done, he’ll return,” she replied.
Satisfied, Bunty left.
She watched him, shed a lone tear & re-read the letter she received:
‘Dear Mrs Sharma, we’re sorry to inform you that your husband died in action…’
The third one given below was inspired from my blog friend ki’s post
He knew being a hit-man is never easy. Life makes you take some tough decisions.
But today he was facing his toughest assignment yet.
His palms were sweating over.
His throat was dry.
But his aim didn’t flinch.
Carefully he aimed his sniper gun at his millionaire brother.
And his thumb closed over the trigger…
Lastly, adding something that’s completely off-topic. In today’s day and age of recession, alternative methods of income are always welcome. For cricket-buffs, here’s some good news. One of my good friends and colleague has started a mobile club/group. His venture is to provide free cricket alerts on mobiles which can be availed of by sms-ing ON CRICJOYCLUB to 9870807070, or by clicking here.
I wish him all the best in his new venture!