#376. THE IRONY – Six Sentence Story

Ravi looked at the clip again on the editing table.

The familiar tingling sensation engulfed him, ‘to keep it or to chop it’.

He doesn’t endorse superstitions and was known to make meaningful movies that always carry social reform messages.

But as a director, he was always stuck choosing between the logic and luck.

He saw the clipping again, where there was an ominous looking black cat strolling on the side frame for just a blink-and-miss moment.

Definitely unlucky, he thought, before arriving at an conclusion and asked the editor to take that clip off the final cut.


For Three Things Challenge #418:

Unlucky, Familiar, Superstition

FOWC with Fandango:Endorse

Six Sentence Story Thursday: Clip

Published by Ramya Vivek

Formerly a Software professional, I have been a homemaker for a while. My life revolves around my two daughters. Having started writing only recently, I just discovered what I have been missing all along in my otherwise almost-perfect life. I want to create postive content inspiring minds across all age groups.

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