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The Accident - 100 word story


Gliding the well-directed good length delivery towards deep mid-wicket fielder, in a jam-packed arena, Ram pushed for a double. By the time, he started back to complete his double, noticed that the finish line was way beyond the reach; also was raining dreadfully.

He was running, but wasn’t even moving a bit. He looked absolutely petrified.

“Come on, come on,” growled the players and spectators, who happened to be his parents and friends with a glimpse of an eye.

And then he realized, in a wheelchair on his lawn, was daydreaming about his college days.


“Avoid mobile phones while driving”

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The Accident - 100 word story The Accident - 100 word story Reviewed by T R Gowthama on 14:36 Rating: 5

14 comments:

  1. A very subtle one Gowthama.. makes one think - This post identifies itself with the purpose of the story very well :)

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    1. Thank you Vinay. I am pleased to see my words came together well creating an impact.

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  2. I loved the last line. A nice message and reminder for all of us. :)

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    1. I spent almost a day on that last line, good that it came out well :) Thanks for the comment.

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  3. Very nice read. The last line compels to think. I think you have succeeded in creating the desired impact with your words. :)

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    1. Pleased to hear that I have succeeded in creating the desired impact with my words. Thanks and stay tuned ;-)

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  4. Direct hit! Liked the way of delivering such a powerful message :)

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  5. He he. Good msg. I was reading Ur post through mobile, though I was seated as a pillion. Gud msg. And lovely powerful msg.

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    1. Not as good as your 55-word story buddy. Anyway thanks ;-)

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  6. Of course, GOOD (underline). But, onceagain beating around the bush, I think so.

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    1. Thank you the comment. Perhaps that is only way we can make them stop, I suppose ;-)

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  7. The way you described the tragedy and the awareness created on it was amazing. I was just speechless for few minutes. Impact of the story is heart breaking.
    -Revathi Ramkumar

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    1. Awww! That was more than a complement Revathi. Glad to hear that my words had such an impact. I will come up with more such write-ups.

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