Stranger than Fiction

The dark form seemed to walk towards him reminding him of Darshana. He waved his hand. She did not respond. He waved again. She did not respond. Instead, she abruptly stopped. And prepared to cross the road.

He continued to wave his hand. And she continued to cross the road. He felt as if her eyes darted towards him for an instant. And then, he heard a scream and the loud screech of brakes. He saw a body on the road and spattered blood. As he approached the body, he knew it wasn’t Darshana, but he could swear that the person he saw was indeed her!

And just like Darshana, this girl was robbed of life too. And in exactly the same manner! He stood there, unsure what to do. Sometimes, the truth is stranger than fiction, he thought to himself.

Written as part of BARaThon Challenge, Day 1

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I'm an avid reader and writer. Reading gets me a feeling of understanding the world through different perspectives and writing helps me outline my thoughts from the cobwebs that the mind has trapped it in!

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