A Night of Nostalgic Nebula: #WriteTribeProblogger #WriteBravely #FridayFictioneers

 

Saturday, 5:46 A.M.: I haven’t slept a wink. The receding moon is gaping at me blankly.

Well, it was a decadent night of drinking and dancing, on the River Mandovi.

 

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Photo Credit: Ted Strutz

 

A night that also brought back memories from the yesteryears: of Rahul and I. When we had chatted on the same deck; till the wee hours of the morning, trying to drown our attraction in pints of beer. But, with no success.

Last night Rahul arrived with a vixen wrapped around his arms. We had exchanged awkward glances, but he seemed too much into her.

Sigh! Some things are never meant to be.

 

 

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Hereโ€™s another edition of Friday Fictioneers, hosted by the lovely Rochelle Wisoff โ€“ Fields. Much thanks to Ted Strutz for this weekโ€™s prompt.

Find some fabulous entries to this weeks Friday Fictioneers here.

 

 

I am participating in The Write Tribe Problogger October 2017 Blogging Challenge. Today’s theme is Nostalgic.

 

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35 thoughts on “A Night of Nostalgic Nebula: #WriteTribeProblogger #WriteBravely #FridayFictioneers

  1. Kavita Singh says:

    Few lines say a lot. I am happy she made a peace with it, anyways I don’t like guys with the name Rahul… ๐Ÿ˜›

  2. Moon says:

    He so doesn’t deserve her ‘sigh’! Though I know it can take a while to get over love, when one is intensely affected. I hope she finds the man of her dreams at the end of it all.
    Beautifully written, Natasha. Loved the story.โค๏ธ

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