Ocean of life

Prompt  ….

PHOTO PROMPT © Shaktiki Sharma

PHOTO PROMPT © Shaktiki Sharma

The uptown bus-stops are so isolated after 8.00 pm. Tamy (short for Tanmai) was cursing himself for being there waiting for the bus to his western-suburb home.

She walked in.

They stood separately – awkwardly  rejecting the human bond for some time and then got talking. Like him she was returning from a service call and was going home located in the eastern part of the city. Her name was Damy short for Damini.

After an hour’s wait she decided to walk home as there was flash strike of taxi-drivers.

He decided to wait for the bus and thought ‘ships that pass in the night’.

Words >100


Thanks for the prompt Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. SHALOM.



16 thoughts on “Ocean of life

  1. Like Mister Bernstein in the movie Citizen Kane where he says he saw a very pretty girl with a pink parasol only once at the train station. A day never went by for years that he didn’t stop to think about her. Such are the stories in The Naked City. Nice work.

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