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WriteTribe: The last Note in Times of Passion

Woohoo! Write Tribe 100 Words on Saturday is back!! We all waited with bated breath for the prompt and more reasons to cheer. So here, you are! In response to Write Tribe 100 Words on Saturday, I am posting my prompt and the linky below.  Hope you enjoy.

100 Words on Saturday - Write Tribe

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It was Monday. He came up with the breaking news and grabbed the whole life style page with the interview of the famous pop singer. Tongues were waging in the office and some jealous heads fumed. “After all, how can he bag the breaking stories when nobody in the business did?.” The boss congratulated him and asked to follow an important story with quotes.  The boss called and he anticipated her to ask about the story, “Vishal, the newspaper is officially closed from today.” He was numb and crest fallen. It was 7 p.m and he closed the word page, ‘Fuck.’

Concluding NOTE:

It is my story and I am still job hunting. It’s been almost six months and I have learned that one should never be attached to a job. It’s an important lesson in life since one can never know what’s in store for us, good or bad.



Why do you want to pull the curtains?,” he asked. She smiles naughtily, “So that people know what we are doing. It’s fun!” They lay naked on the bed, pushing aside the white sheet.  Mahi resigned as director in her Dad’s company to join Percy who left his job to pursue his passion as a writer. Mahi wanted to become a painter but her parents were dead against it. One fine day, she sneaked out of the house to join Percy, whom she met during a trip. “It is the best sex we are having,” She whispered in Percy’s ears.

Final Remarks:

This story is 100 per cent, pure fiction and it’s all about passion in life, love and intimacy. I decided to scribble two short stories for 100 WORDS ON SATURDAY, Hope you have fun and look forward to the amazing comments and your take on the challenge.

Love you, Write Tribe-ers




Work-in-progress, seeker and bundle of contradictions. Stubborn and Refusal to grow up and constantly in search of myself, I blurt it out on my space. Drop in and share some love. Indian by choice.

32 thoughts on “WriteTribe: The last Note in Times of Passion

  1. A sweet nice story Vishal weaved through your own experience. You are genius in writing and am sure good news on the way anytime now.Till then delight us with your beautiful pieces.

  2. Dude, I’ve lost my job too. I was self-employed though(It’s still called a job. Right?) I am completely velli these days.
    I hope both of us find that sucker soon. \m/

  3. All the best for your job hunt Vishal!!! Hold on!!! To use a cliche there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel. And if you don’t mind check out the IT field. It offers immense opportunities to content developers. Pay is good as well.

    1. Hey, thanks a ton Jini. Unfortunately, I don’t know anything in IT field. Thanks a ton for your wonderful wishes and I gotta check for content writing. You beautifully said, there’s always light at the end of the tunnel. One of ma fav expressions:)

    1. Thank you so much, Mrs Usha. I am honored and privileged to have you here and such kind words coming from such an accomplished person like you warms my heart with joy. I look forward to your blessings:)

    1. Thank you so much and most welcome. You got it right in the first story which is my own story..hehe. Second one, you got it in some way which is right and it can be interpreted as support each other. However, someone else may interpret it differently. As I said, two sides of the same coin, you are so right and another person, is also right. I just the love the philosophy of ideas provided by writetribe:)

  4. Joblessness come and go. What remains behind is the things we learnt in those times. Utilise this time to work on your personal writing. Sooner or later your rat race will begin 🙂 If you want to feel truly alive, take your writing to heart 🙂


    1. So well said, Richa. Jobs and joblessness come and go but what amazes me the lull is staying for a long time. This is the best advice I got..take writing to heart and I gotta be more serious with personal writing..when the job comes, I gotta run like a horse like I did for three hours. I worked my ass like hell:)

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