55 Fiction: A’run’ runs…

55 Fiction is a form of micro-fiction that refers to the works of fiction limited to a maximum of fifty-five words.

 

                                                                                                 A’run’ runs….

 

Arun was running as the police were trying to catch him.

        He moved into the bushes nearby and hid himself.  The police gave repeated warnings for him to come out, but he didn’t turn up. Atlast, they opened fire…

     And suddenly, water was splashed on his face and Arun woke up from his deadly dream…

P.S. Don’t we get these kind of dreams? We do get, infact lot of times.  If you got such dreams, do share here 🙂

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9 comments on “55 Fiction: A’run’ runs…

  1. Gyanban says:

    Sunil we sure have such dreams all the time..wonder if there is any interpretation or some hidden symbolic meaning behind these chases.?
    The post is well constructed.

  2. Tarun says:

    Woah!….goodness he didn’t get heart attack

  3. Chakoli says:

    :))

    yes i do dream…. and that too some very similar…..

  4. chiru says:

    ha ha..i too often get such dreams.i wud rather call it night mare.

  5. nshantin says:

    Hi Sunil,

    Were you a part of the fantastic IndiBloggers meet in Hyderabad on 11th april 2010

    It was a great meet and an opportunity to meet fellow bloggers in blood.

    Just to keep the momentum, I have created a new Group on Linkedin – Indibloggers.

    I invite all of you to join this Group.

    In the long run, this will aid not only in personal development but also professional development.

    http://www.linkedin.com/groups?viewMembers=&gid=2945994&sik=1270992008306

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