Flitting between tube stops and taxis. I’m a girl you’ll only see once. You look up from your coffee. Flash of red shoes, a black spotty skirt, ‘Your bill sir’ you turn your head, I’m gone already.
I’m in disguise. On the run if you will. Pistol in my handbag. Blare of sirens behind me. Click. I open my bag. Slip on my glasses. Good job it’s sunny. They’re coming towards me. I stop, heart beating. Voices on their radio. ‘Excuse me miss.’ They walk past.
I breath out. Smile smug. Buy a paper. Hide behind it. I’ll never get caught.
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Hi . I am an Indie Author & I too write & read short stories . Would love to see a fellow blogger cum Author read my book on short stories : Journey from Guwahati to Machhiwara , now in 105 libraries , 14 countries .
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