Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Lion



"You still haven't brought my lunch?"the lion roared.

"I tried my best O Lion, but I apologize for not having succeeded," the lioness replied softly, scared of the wrath of the lion. She was getting older, and thus the agility and swiftness of her youth were now lost in past.Hunting for prey turned out to be difficult.

"So what do you suggest? Shall I bring a new lioness?" There was wickedness in his eyes.

The Lioness didn't want to let go of her love. She walked out of the cave, hoping to get lucky with a prey this time.



This 99 word fiction is shared with Blogging from A to Z April Challenge - L.



30 comments:

  1. God is love! :heart: Catholic blogwalking :-) http://emmanuel959180.blogspot.in/

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  2. Hmm. Even in love, it's survival of the fittest, huh?

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  3. So apparently even the males in other species treat women badly... 😔

    Sanch @ Living my Imperfect Life

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    1. Mistreating someone is not related to gender I would say :-)

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  4. It's a great tale, forces one to have an opinion almost immediately!

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  5. How cruel! I feel so sad for the lioness.

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  6. Love of lioness... The way lion has taken her for granted... Insecurity...
    You have conveyed so much in these few lines!

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  7. Sad that the lioness had become a prey to her own love. But any love that is manipulative is not true. She should just kick his lazy butt and demand that he gets his own food :)

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  8. Poor lioness!
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  9. That's what every female do's.. to whichever species she belong..
    Well portrayed Amrit..

    Cheers

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  10. poor Lioness. I feel so bad for her. Well written

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  11. Is it the male's trick or hhis lust? Poor lioness! Very nice, Amrit.

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