When Journey Meant More Than Destination

This post has been published by me as a part of the Blog-a-Ton 25; the Silver Edition of the online marathon of Bloggers; where we decide and we write. To be part of the next edition, visit and start following Blog-a-Ton. The topic for this month is ‘When Journey Meant More Than Destination’.


Serial Murder, Big Shots are targeted!

‘What is your take on the article Sid? Have you taken any steps?’ DSP Rajesh shot his questions.

‘The murderer never left any clues.’

‘This is not an expected answer from the ACP who closed 20 cases successfully.’ he shouted on my face, I kept silent.

‘What could be the motto?’ he yelled,

In the journey of hunting people destinations are undefined

‘Get Lost.’ he banged on the table!

The journey to clear junks that sipped the blood of people is more than destinations. The Police… The Killer… Perfect Combo!’ My words in silence!

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Info:- A drabble is an extremely short work of fiction of exactly one hundred words in length

0 Replies to “When Journey Meant More Than Destination”

  1. In this case…the protagonist's journey is endless. No destination so the journey to fulfillment is definitely gonna mean more. Well said. A different ones from u this BAT 🙂

  2. fine story and of course a different take on the topic.
    i am bit surprised that you opted for writing a small version,whereas i was expecting something very big from you.. (don't mistake me)

  3. @ Leo

    In this case…the protagonist's journey is endless. No destination so the journey to fulfillment is definitely gonna mean more. Well said. A different ones from u this BAT 🙂

    Leo, your words mean a lot to me.. Yeah the journey is more than destinations.. Thanks! Glad the try came out well…

  4. @ viva_andya

    fine story and of course a different take on the topic.
    i am bit surprised that you opted for writing a small version,whereas i was expecting something very big from you.. (don't mistake me)

    Hmm… Sorry to disappoint you.. I thought of trying a different take.. Thanks and Glad it was fine…

  5. @ Saru Singhal

    This is third post I am reading on the topic. I must say it is crisp and nicely written. Sometimes, evil does serve some purpose.

    Loved the ending line…:)

    Thank you so much Saru.. Ah.. Happy Man… Yeah and glad you loved the ending line.. Happy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. murder ..police…killer ..owsm combo
    After a long time on your blog.
    The post as always was nice.
    Enjoyed it.
    Awesome Post like always….Enjoyed sarvana

  7. @ sHoNa

    murder ..police…killer ..owsm combo
    After a long time on your blog.
    The post as always was nice.
    Enjoyed it.
    Awesome Post like always….Enjoyed sarvana

    Glad you enjoyed sHoNa.. Happy! yay!.. Thanks a lot for stopping by after a long time.. Happy Man..

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