SenTakatsuki

India

SenTakatsuki (India) published:

When I looked up, I could no longer look...

PROMPT: Novel Writing Competition 2019

I was too young to remember it well, but as far as I was told, I fell down when I was three but when I looked up, I could no longer look.
Naturally, I was given special treatment. My parents were there at my beck and call. My most favourite question was, “Tell me, how do I look?”
They could never answer me. When they described my clothing, I would say, “No I mean, how can my eyes see me?”...

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SenTakatsuki (India) published:

When I looked up, I could no longer look...

PROMPT: Novel Writing Competition 2019

I was very young when it happened so I don’t really remember it well, but as far as I was told, I fell down when I was three but when I looked up, I could no longer look.
Naturally, I was given special treatment. My parents were there at my beck and call. My most favourite question was, “Tell me, how do I look?”
They could never answer me. When they described my clothing, I would say, “No I mean,...

Seeking Peer Reviews

8 days ago

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SenTakatsuki (India) published:

When I looked up, I could no longer look...

PROMPT: Novel Writing Competition 2019

I was very young when it happened so I don’t really remember it well, but as far as I was told, I fell down when I was three but when I looked up, I could no longer look.
Naturally, I was given special treatment. My parents were there at my beck and call. My most favourite question was, “Tell me, how do I look?”
They could never answer me. When they described my clothing, I would say, “No I mean,...

Seeking Peer Reviews

9 days ago

SenTakatsuki (India) published:

How I broke my spectacles?

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2019

 I am a teacher to kids with traumatic childhood experiences.
There’s this girl in my class, a victim of harassment since age 4. Unintentionally, she groped every person she hugged. I couldn’t change that, like the number of children I couldn’t help. Maybe, someone like me, who hasn’t faced the same, can’t help.
Walking towards the principal’s office resignation in hand, feeling useless and pathetic, I felt an embrace and a body clash into me. Spectacles fell and shattered immediately....

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3 months ago

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