Freedom (55 fiction)



And before I knew it, I had hit ‘Send’ leaving the ongoing battle between of should I or should not in my mind as it is. My heart was fluttering inside; feeling trapped, raring to spread the wings and take a flight of its own. And a resignation was all that could set it free!

This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda

 

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    1. Lol... Asteria's canvass I wish I could say its true ;)

      Thanks for stopping by...!

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  2. I have always like ur 55ers. This is a great one. The times when we are just sick of our boss, our workplace & the company - we all wish to put an end to it all.
    But how I wish it was that easy :(

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    1. Aww thanks so much Sukku :)

      Oh yes I agree... all those wishes came together to create this one!

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  3. So emotional... Good job, Privy! :-)

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  4. Oh , a resignation! Unexpected :D

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  5. Nice, creative use of the WoW prompt in a 55 fiction...

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    1. :)

      Thank you so much Mahabore. BTW I love your name kind of interesting and eye catching... does it denote something?

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    1. :D

      Thanks Kalpana!!

      55 is something I used to enjoy long back had forgotten them in between, trying to bring them back.

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  7. Perfect 55-er. :-)

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  8. Congrats on your WOW post . it is indeed

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    1. Thank you so much Kalpana :)

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    2. No wonder you judged it so quickly :P

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  9. Resignation!? Wow, that was an unexpected twist :D

    Congrats on it being a WoW post!

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    1. :D

      Now that is what 55 fiction is all about right????

      Thanks so much dear :*

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  10. Nice one. Every time I resign, I feel like this:P

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    1. Thanks so much Pankti....For letting out a secret ;)

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