Troy...or notTroy or not
By the Gods! snapped Helen, standing resplendent in the middle of the battlefield, will noone ask me whether I want to go back or not? Even though Im the one being fought over, no one even tries to ask my opinion about it!
The two rival armies had come to a halt on either side of the legendary beauty, gaping at her in amazement. Menelaus was standing at the head of his army, holding an unsheathed sword, with his mouth hanging open, looking utterly stupid, as his slow brain tried to figure out why his wife was behaving like that. From the time he had known her, she had always been so meek and ob
No Looking BackI drew the curtains to find the sun filtering its way through mist and leaves, the sunlight scattering into vivid colours, playing with the shadows of the foliage that threatened to slowly breed all over our painstakingly built civilisation. What annoyed me though, was that Id had the same view for five days in a row and it had already begun to bore me to death. Not to mention that I had paid a solid thousand Aurums for the live feed. I walked over to the shutters and placed my palm on the sensor, and with a soft whirr the metallic folds parted to reveal the glorious sight of a nebula glittering delicately in the distance. Magnified by
The Mysterious ThiefThe Mysterious Thief
Suraj and Chandu had always been the best of friends. Almost of the same age, and studying together in the same class, they usually did everything together. They would leave for school early in the morning, hand in hand. Then during lunchtime, Suraj would always share the tiny piece of gur his mother would always pack for him, while Chandu would always give a small portion of mithai to Suraj as well, because he knew it was always good to share. After that at four p.m. they would gather and play with the other children from nearby, but the both of them could never be parted, and would always be placed in the same team. Th