Friday, September 19, 2008

55 Flash Fiction Friday #12: Chapter 6 - Aazaadi


Some stories are the same in any language.
"Let the animals have him." she thought aloud, leaving him in the thicket. The blood soaked dust was easily melded into its surroundings with a street broom. Would anyone bother to look for this contemptible animal? Would anyone notice he was gone? She would certainly notice. And rejoice in it. Her independence was just beginning.


Notes:
Aazaadi: Freedom


Previous Chapters
Chapter 1: Vandhe Mataram!
Chapter 2: Aag Lagi
Chapter 3: Aur Nahin
Chapter 4: Bannaa
Chapter 5: Inteqam
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10 comments:

ciara said...

wow, and the story just keeps getting better. great 55, mojo. i'm up, too :)

ciara said...

is this where i say yahtzee? LOL

G-Man said...

You are not late at all Mojo.Earlier than most as a matter of fact.Freedom is a precious commodoty....Thanks for playing, and have a Great Week-End...G

Mona said...

Where she is, where he is, no one is going to even cast another look. He may be a dead animal come under some wheels... & yes animals will have a hey day!

Independence..carries with it a lot of responsibility...

DJ Kirkby said...

Whoah...heavy impact in so few words, I am really impressed.

snowelf said...

Hehehe...I loved Mona's comment!!

This might be my favorite part of your 55 saga yet! :)

((mojo))
--snow

Missy said...

Ah people reap what they sow that is for dang skippy. I truly believe that what goes around, comes around. :)

Great progression of story here Mojo.

Have a great weekend kiddo.

Akelamalu said...

oooer I wonder if anyone will find him?

Daryl said...

I bet someone finds him

Bad pennies and all that

:-Daryl

Kaknu said...

Did she leave him face up or down? Would anyone be able to tell he was once human or did she let out all her anger? I read too many serial killer books, don't I? :P