Three Line Tales (TLT) is a challenge put forth by Only 100 Words. The Challenge is to write a three line tale for the supplied image.
Here is my take for the Week Seventeen of the challenge:
They were holding a lot of it; a lot of pains and sufferings.
It was almost impossible for them to convince their families for their marriage.
He assured her and said, “Look, we are like that rope! There is wear and tear from outside. But our bonding is unbreakable. We hold each other still and strong. We shall get married with our family blessings!”
This story is written for Sunday Photo Fiction: 06 December 2015. The task is to write a short story of 200 words or less for the supplied photograph.
Billy and Nilly had grew up together since childhood. Most of the people who saw them used to ask “Are they twins? They look so much alike!” But they weren’t. Both of them were adopted by the landlord on the same day from two different places. He had taken care of them as their own children with all the greater goods and care.
Nilly used to follow Billy everywhere. May be it was the scent that kept them together always. They had this sort of unsaid connection. It was pleasant to see them doing things together. They kind of had this trust, which one would notice very evidently.
No one could ever even guess that Nilly was blind and Billy was deaf.
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