Darkness — A Short Story

The darkest night of Mumbai. I strolled over through the marine drive, the whole city empty and silent. The sound of vehicles came jostling like a breezy wave. This city hasn’t been silent all this time but why today, why now. I walk the empty lanes of the lit marine drive, glance through the water and see far away from the dark sea. It showed nothing but emptiness everywhere. She stands a girl there wearing a yellow frock, and with her brownish…

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A.J SHAIKH

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