Monday, 3 September 2018

Silent yet Powerful


Summer died that night.

Nothing was same in her house; each of her belongings were now placed in the garden for the people to see the last time. They were now flying to The International Peace Museum to mark a beginning of a golden journey. The journey Julia always dreamt for.


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Few cowards silenced her, who were scared with huge social change about child trafficking would leave them jobless.

But they didn't knew Julia Summer's belongings would now inspire many across the globe for working towards a noble cause. Her numb hands have the power to save many innocent lives.


Sharing this #100Word flash fiction with Friday Fictioneer -31 Aug, First Line Friday #31Aug - 'Summer died that night' & Indispire #237 - #DangerousSilence. 

This September, we are taking part in #MyFriendAlexa campaign of Blogchatter to make our blog move a step ahead.

@Meenal


20 comments:

  1. Lovely tribute piece, Meena.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  2. What a lovely story, Meena.

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  3. A thought-provoking story, especially at a time when large powerful organisations seem to be ignoring their humane responsibilities, Jilly, Sugar on the Bee.

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    1. Thanks Jilly. Hope our stories make the difference for betterment in the society.

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  4. Hope Julia's story motivates others.
    Change is tough, but always welcome especially if it is for the good of the world.

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    1. Yes Anita, acceptance for change is very tough but always fruitful at the end.

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  5. this has really touched my heart will the dream ends with the person or stays with the soul...
    #MyfriendAlexa

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    1. That is really a big question Smitha, and if it stays with soul will soul complete the dream?

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  6. Neatly penned. fiction in 100 words is always a challenge. You took it so easily.

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    1. Yes Maheshwaran, it is quite a challenge to say it all in 100 words. Glad you liked it.

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  7. A wonderful tribute and an important cause.

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  8. Even in death, Julia worked relentlessly for her cause - the cause of child trafficking. Lovely writing, Meenal!

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  9. Nice writing Meenal. Julia is an inspiration.

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  10. What a beautiful tribute to a beautiful soul. Well done.

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