FSF PART III: The Princess, Deathly Evil and the Incomplete Story!

FSF hallucinations

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After all the love and support bestowed upon our FSF Part I & FSF Part II, I’m truly thankful to all my readers from the bottom of my heart for your valuable response on this fiction series. Please do read this third as well as concluding part of this FSF (Fifteen Sentence Fiction) and kindly do provide your comments and opinions on the same. 🙂

FSF hallucinations

FSF (Five Sentence Fiction)

‘[highlight]Twas partly love and partly fear[/highlight], which made the princess dwell in that hell of wedlock, till the day, she discovered that the seductive charmer was an imposter while he was betraying her.

When she saw the real face of that philanderer, she suddenly recognized him, as her teenage love who betrayed her for other girls leaving her in the doom of disgust, depression and dismay ended up in hallucinations.

She cried bitterly holding hands of her mother tightly, the moment she opened up her eyes and encountered the real face of evil, while being treated for delusion in the doctor’s chamber.

Neither she wore a crown, nor she possessed royalty, but that girl next door still was the most loved princess for her parents (still alive) though, her dad having doubts about her cure, but mom stood strong besides her with a ray of hope.

Prince charming, too busy, awaited her approval, the frog prince still was her friend in need, but the seductive charmer, though not existent ever, personified never, yet lived in her brain, mind, heart and soul, as that deathly disease of delusion, keeping her past alive in her life.


My story ends here with a ray of hope but it’s not certainly the end of all hopes, as hope never says die. And since my hope is alive, this story is still incomplete. So, if my readers would like me to continue it, do convey me through your valuable comments. I would surely like to recite my incomplete story of sorrows strengthened with hopes.

Sangeeta Mishra

  • Smiling….

    Hope you have guessed, what kind of smile! 🙂

    • Let me guess……..

      I guess, you are smiling while thinking that I’m smart. 🙂
      … Well, jokes apart, please do let me know that wise reason behind that mysterious smile.
      I, sincerely need the reason. 🙂

  • Thank you so much Mr. Velmurugan. Well said.Life is an inevitable stream of constantly flowing hopes. Your appreciation means a lot to me as what a writer seeks, is nothing but admiration.
    Thanks again for dropping by. 🙂

  • A ray of hope is the right place to end a story as well as continue with a sequel – so the choice is yours 🙂

    • Well said Teny. Hope amalgamates both, ends and new beginnings. Thank you so much for being the constant support. 🙂

  • Nah, nahi mila abhi Prince Charming. Hope she gets real soon, and that too what’s best for her 🙂 Love you too Archana. 🙂

  • That’s what I love about weaving a narrative. The line between reality and illusion can be blurred at will, and yet it remains true to life. Loved the way you put it together.

    • Last but most awaited and desired….. your comment I mean ! It was indeed the best interactions I’ve ever made through this blog ! The way you kept my characters alive by showing keen interest in them, made this series even more intriguing than it actually was. !
      Thanks a lot dear, for the time and heed you’ve paid to this work of mine. 🙂

      • Thanks Sangeeta. I enjoyed this a lot too. And sorry for the late comment. I had been occupied with something else but had tried to open the link but it didn’t open up….Finally I got it through IB. Looking forward to see more interesting things on your blog…:)

        • Better late than never. In fact good things are always worth a wait. Thanks once again for being a part of this discussion. I would be more than happy to be connected with you in future. 🙂

  • This is a lovely read so far..waiting for it be continued… 🙂

    • Thanks Nazm. I so very glad that you liked the series. If you wish, I’ll be more than happy to continue it. 🙂

  • A very interesting plot. I would say, Kahaani ab bhi baaki hai mere dost…………

    • Thank you so much Mr. Pasha. Glad that you liked it. Indeed… Abhi to bus Shuruat hai…….. 🙂

  • Disappointed? Not at all. Surprised? Yes.

    Appreciate you on how seamlessly you transformed an old-time story into current times, and also fulfilled the wishes of one commentator here (of keeping the parents alive). Could never have guessed about this end.

    Please accept my admiration on possessing an ingenious mind, capable of writing this piece.

    • And this is indeed the most awaited and choicest comment on this series. Being appreciated by the people whom you disagree the most initially and ended up on a congenial not, is really something I like the most. What I enjoyed through this series, is the connect I’ve made with an intellectual like you. 🙂
      Your appreciation means the most. 🙂

  • Chaitali Bhattacharjee

    Hope springs eternal and I would love to see where it goes from here; unbound your imagination and soar high. What is that that keeps the world moving? Creativity is ingenuous to each one of us and you are good at it.

    • Thanks Chaitali. That’s really gladdening. Let hope fly high in the sky of aspirations and me try my skills out to keep up to your expectations. Your views on the series were indeed gratifying and mean a lot to me. 🙂

  • Are you intending to continue it? So far it is good.

    • Only if you suggest Indrani. 🙂 Glad that you liked it. Thanks. 🙂

  • Stories never truly ends. One end is the beginning of another.

    • Well said Mr. Kr. It’s all about new beginnings of life. 🙂

  • What a way to end the FSF Sangeeta ji, it’s just unimaginable. I am really glad to know that Princess is only hallucinating. It is a happy ending, but not a complete shut down. Please continue the story, we all are willing to read more.
    Thank you for sharing such a wonderful FSF :))

    • Thank you so much Mr. Dasari. I’m glad seeing you positivity. And yes, since hopes play high in this fiction, it’s indeed a happy ending. It has always been my pleasure being read and appreciated by a good soul like you. I’ll surely like to continue with this story-line, because a reader like you is the greatest asset for TSS.
      Thanks again. 🙂

  • Ananya N

    Beautifully weaved 🙂

  • Purba Chakraborty

    What a brilliant twist you have incorporated in the 3rd part of the story, Ma’am. Overall, it was a wonderful read. I loved the use of metaphor in the series. It is so real to life. And I feel that you have ended it on the perfect note, leaving room for the readers to imagine what can happen next,
    Though it is the end of the story, I am hopeful that the princess will surely be cured. Cheers to new beginnings! 🙂

    • Thanks Purba. It’s always been my utmost pleasure being read and appreciated by you dear. This story becomes quite close to my heart because it has given me the most of your attention and admiration.
      And yes, Cheers to new beginnings. Amen. 🙂

  • This end is the real beginning as hope is the driving force of our life… 🙂 Wonderful story, Ma’am… 🙂

    • Thank you so much Maniparna. You are right, it’s a real beginning of hope, happiness and your admiration, which means the most. 🙂

  • Avinash Mishra

    Hi Ma’am,

    This is the not the end of the story..but this is the real beginning of life.
    Prince charming is waiting at the door of King & Queen to get his love (Lovely Princesses).

    Why is he waiting?

    Have Queen & her family ever imagined, though Princesses & Prince charming love each other?

    He is waiting because he believes that his love will come back. After reading part 2 till reading this part I must support Prince Charming is the best for Princesses. Even Frog prince would be happy to see both of them together as a cute couple. Frog prince never ever deserve for anything. He has hollow in his life. It was the big mistake of frog prince who felt in love of someone who dreamed of, but got pain.

    Based on my experiences I’d suggest story as to forget Frog Prince completely like never ever met in life. And Princesses should go with Prince Charming. He is the best as per King’s kingdom status, wealth, love, etc.

    “All is Well that ends Well”

    I like reading your write ups.

    Nice Story, that tends to metaphor of one’s life.

    Thank You!
    – Avinash Mishra

    • Hi Avinash,

      Very well said, this is not the end rather a new beginning of the story. But, seems you haven’t understood the story properly. That’s why changing your verdict so often. Earlier you suggested the :”Charmer” for the princess, now suggesting “Charming”. Firstly, decide your choice rather than jumping on different options.

      Now, let me tell you that you have misunderstood the story completely, by thinking this way….

      “Prince charming is waiting at the door of King & Queen to get his love (Lovely Princesses).”

      Neither he loves her nor she, it’s clearly written in the story. It’s the story of the girl’s trauma, not about any “Prince Charming”. So try to visualize the story that way please.
      Any ways, thanks a lot for your detailed comment. Glad that you liked my writing. 🙂