In the shadows, she waited meekly, for the sunrise, while he paced furiously looking for her.

And the clock ticked in its unhurried rhythm.

The monster lay buried all day, waiting. Hidden from everyone. He emerged at night.

Like an animal stalking the prey, he loomed large.

Only daybreak can save her. But this night had no morning though.


16 thoughts on “Morning

  1. u made me curious! who is she? who s he? why she wouldnt see anymore daybreaks?? 😦 i knw im spoiling the beauty..but i want to knw 😦

    Me: 😦 you can put in anything.. he is her nightmare.. a rapist.. an abusive dad.. abusive husband.. anything!

  2. There could ve been an ‘aftermath’ to make things clear.
    Nevertheless, nice:)
    Me: There is… This night has no morning.. shows what the aftermath was

  3. “But this night had no morning though.” – the Meena touch, I s’pose! πŸ™‚

    Liked the narration!

    Me : I guess I am too inspired of “Is raat ki subah nahi” πŸ˜›

  4. Ok, listen, Im already not keeping well. and now after reading this, Im so damn confused ! Whatever happened to the girl, the guy and the monster ? πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

    Me: Give your brain something to ponder about πŸ˜€

Humor me please? *winks*

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