Sunday, May 11, 2014

The Game

Seeing him sulk like that, she realized that she could no longer hide the truth.

Her love for him was stronger than the joyous feeling of winning a game.

She took a deep breath, fetched the chocolate bar from her bag and with a brave smile knocked at his door.

"Hey, I'm sorry, the winning 36 points were courtesy the dictionary, and here take this, you won the scrabble game fair and square!", she confessed in a single breath.

"Ha!! Sucker!! I knew elder sisters were good for nothing!", smirked the little one devouring the bitter-sweet taste of the win!

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Written for

100 words on Saturday
Five Sentence Fiction


59 comments:

  1. Ha! That was cute.

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  2. Well done Aditi! you have cleverly combined 2 prompt effortlessly and elder sis know to take care f her younger sibling.

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    1. Thanks Kalpana...it was fun combining both the prompts! :)

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  3. We elder sisters do this a lot ryt? :D bt seeing them cry wil melt our heart soon! Very well written aditi :)

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    1. I know!!! Can't see my younger one cry at all...though mostly I am the only reason she gets teary eyed! ;)

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  4. The story of my life too... being motherly, giving, understanding... I guess, it comes with the role :D
    Such a sweet tale, Aditi! ♥

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    1. Very frankly my younger is more caring and giving! :) Thanks!

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  5. Aww..such a sweet one, Aditi. I have two elder brothers, so I know how to be on the receiving end! ;)

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    1. Oh great! You must be pampered a lot then! ;)

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  6. O that's a very sweet one...sweeter than that chocolate bar :) Very nicely done!

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  7. the squabble between the siblings!! that was really cute

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  8. It's a reality that will surely relate to almost everyone...I liked the way you presented the event....lovely

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  9. hahaha :) Sweetly cute, Aditi :) A very caring elder sister ;) ;)

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  10. he he he he .. I saw that happen so many times ,, although in our household the roles were reversed .. it was SHE doing this to me :) he he he

    beautiful

    Bikram

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    1. Well the roles were reversed here too! I was the bratty one n my younger sis the sweet caring one! ;)

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  11. You can't go wrong with chocolate! I love this. Great job.

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    1. Thanks Stephanie! Chocolate sure does melt you!

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  12. Aditi, it is such a cute post! My younger brothers are like this brat too :)

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  13. Ahhh took be back to my childhood...sweet tale of siblings!

    A single step towards change

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  14. Ha ha ha - so cute Aditi! can so relate to this:-)

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  15. Liked this, as others have said a cute tale.

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  16. Hehe! It happens, even when I cheat, my face shows it and my younger siblings now know something is seriously fishy! :)) I saw you have linked two prompts remarkably in one post! Pretty cool!

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    1. Thanks Shesha! :) Me and my elder cousin bro used to cheat a lot in the game of cards and enjoy teasing our younger siblings! We were not kind ;) :D

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  17. Awwww Aditi this such a sweeeet post.

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  18. hahahaha now that was supremelu cute!!!!

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  19. OH that little shit!! HA HA HA! This reminded me of how my son and daughter get along. Loved this! ♥

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    1. Haha...I think this is a story of every household! :D

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  20. You elder sisters cheat a lot. For a change, you had the courage to come and admit it ;)

    Cheers
    CRD

    Updated mine. Do drop by.

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    1. Well this is fiction but I was a meany elder sis! ;)

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  21. we elder sister often sacrifice fr the little ones no?? But its a sweet feeling! totally relatable post!

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  22. Haha--so cute :) I'm just beginning to recover from April, but I wanted to stop by and thank you for your visits to my blogs and your wonderful comments... It was great to meet you through the A-to-Z challenge, and I look forward to staying in touch :)
    Guilie @ Quiet Laughter

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    1. Same here Guilie! Loved interacting with you throughout A-Z. Hope to stay in touch! All the best!

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  23. That was so sweet...elder sisters are the god-sent angels.

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    1. They sure are! (My younger sis wouldn't agree though.. Evil grin!)

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  24. This was so cute ! loved reading ! Thanks for all the comments for the challenge, and do hope to learn from you ! your blog is beautiful, and loved the way you have put the caption !

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    1. Thanks for your kind comment Angela! I loved your inspiring posts throughout A-Z! Do keep in touch!

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  25. Such a cute story ... sibling love is always so special :-)

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  26. Bittersweet chocolate and scrabble, what a match. Enjoyed your story.

    Thanks for your comments on my blog.
    Nancy

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  27. the story of every sibling :-D

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