Wednesday, 23 July 2014

And They Danced In The Rain...

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He fondled her saying, "I felt a pang in my heart when you both danced in the rain..." 
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"When he ditched you, I was very angry as I have always loved you & can never see you sad, Darling!"

As they hugged, she didn’t know that he had broken the law by sabotaging her ex-lover's circuit-system that rainy-day...

He had thrown his competitor's metallic-body out as rain-water-exposure would kill him.

He had no fear as no other robot in the 25th Century had seen him committing the crime & the 20th Century stuffed Ram sitting in the corner couldn't testify... 

PHOTO PROMPT - Copyright - Adam Ickes
PHOTO PROMPT – Copyright – Adam Ickes


My 100 Words Story & Five Sentence Fiction for -
Five Sentence Fiction- Rain , Friday Fictioneers- 18 July 2014 
& ABC Wednesday - D For - Danced, Ditched, Darling...


55 comments:

  1. Really interesting story...enjoyed its bizarreness! :)
    -- Village grocery shop in a lake

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  2. Didn't know Anita that a story can be told using just these many words...and i need to learn because i am very very over wordy....hahahaha.
    Jokes apart now tell me na seriously is there a word for this...opportunist is definitely an understatement but hey i find it really weird though. i keep seeing it in Hollywood movies. The victim a girl would be in her most miserable state of affairs and she will 'do it' with the next guy who tries to show her some consolation. Guys toh you know. They have all their emotions fixed on one spot but girls...i find that weird and i won't agree to that word 'Bizarrreness' because for me the word should be BRILLIANTO. :)

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    1. Yes, Shivani, a few words can convey so much... Sometimes words are not needed and sometimes we can use up hundreds of pages & yet not convey what we wanna say...
      Do stick to your style. It makes you stand out & special :)

      We humans are 'emotional fools'. Most people's idea is to cash on!
      This was a story about Robots of the 25th Century where even they have emotions and break rules out of jealousy, revenge & love...
      Thanks for such lovely words :)

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  3. Gripping narrative. Love is such an oxymoron and makes us do strange things.

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    1. Thanks Vishal. Yes, love makes us go wild...

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  4. Dear Anita,

    Interesting story. A strange future that.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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    1. Thanks for reading, Rochelle :)
      Future is now this killer gets his Darling & gets to dance in the rain with her...

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  5. oooh all in the name of LOVe.. that is sad Why kill someone ..

    Bikram's

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    1. They justify by saying that- 'Everything fair in Love & War', Bikram...

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  6. Bizarre and unique Anita.. Mast! :D

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  7. You have combined the prompts so well, Anita. An insightful look into the future!

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    1. Thanks for reading, Aathira :)

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  8. A wonderful combination of all the prompts.

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  9. bizarre pluviophile :P wonderfully combined prompt !

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    1. Thanks Ankur :)
      Both lover of rain & lover of his Darling too :)

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  10. short n crisp narration. Nice one

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  11. Fascinating story! You write well!
    Have a great week.
    Wil, ABCW Team

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    1. Thanks a lot, Wil!
      You have a great week too :)

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  12. the stuffed ram! what a twist/
    ROG, ABCW

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  13. quite the ending

    Leslie
    abcw team

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    1. They say- 'Everything is fair in love', Leslie :)

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  14. Interesting post for the letter D. Have a nice day.

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    1. Thanks a lot :)
      Best wishes to you too.

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  15. Stuffed Ram! What an end!
    Well worded Anita. :)

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  16. That's an incredible use of the stuffed Ram prompt. :) Well-written story.

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  17. Three prompts in one- Science fiction. romance and suspense too! You are on fire, woman :D

    Shailaja/The Moving Quill

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    1. Glad you liked it, Shailaja :)

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  18. Bizarre can be so amusing :-) Gr8!

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  19. You dance with words wonderfully...♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/dual-duels/

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  20. O what a futuristic story it is! Very cool, Anita :)

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    1. Glad you liked my sci-fi story, Beloo :)

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  21. It's been a while since I danced in the rain . . .
    Nice story ~ Eddie :)

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    1. Welcome to my Blog, Eddie.
      Ditto! Time to dance in the rain :)
      Thanks!

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  22. Awww. brilliant... loved the stuffed RAM bit.. LOL...

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  23. Aww...This was such an interesting and gripping story! :)

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  24. The futuristic love...still as powerful as the present one.... :-) Nicely narrated, Anita...

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  25. A metallic 'other man!' :)
    We're sort of in that age already, aren't we?

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  26. Read it again today and felt the same surprise!
    Brilliant work Anita.

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  27. I never new that stories can be so short and express so many thoughts.....honestly I was surprised when I came to know that the end has come so soon....

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  28. I never new that stories can be so short and express so many thoughts.....honestly I was surprised when I came to know that the end has come so soon....

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