10 Nano-Tales that show the Power of Words and will Leave You Surprised

Words have a power, most of us are unaware of. We believe there are certain ways to say particular things, which is true. However, though, there remains a certain sort of immunity in words, when put together in particular ways, that they present a whole new story to themselves.

Here are a few that will leave you confused whether to keep laughing or cry at the one you just read.


“I do.”

She exclaimed it out loud as she looked at the chocolate cake and kissed it for the first bite. True love was once again, proved.


” It’s dark finally.”

She thought to herself.
The night still groaned, wondering if the darkness would ever stop taking all the credit for its beauty.


Since the day we saw the sun together, the night seemed unhappy.
“You’re still our favorite time, and will always be.”
We told it. That was the widest smile it had ever had.


Short skirt, hair ruined and tee-shirt all dirty.
Her dream finally came real with the tennis racket in her hand.

“Heaven means true love, and hell, we’re living in.”

“She said YES.”
“So are you guys really going to the church?”
“Yes. She really wants to see her mom marry the love of her life, even if daddy’s not the one.”

“What’s your problem sarcasm?” Asked the others in her heart.
“I’m less likely to be understood. That’s what makes her like me more.” He showed-off.

“The wonders of nature are pure enough to depict that, however shall man modernize, it still remains unbeatable.”

“A red dress, a black 3-piece and red wine. The novel made their honeymoon night.”

“The postmortem report never showed the cause of her brain-hammer-age. The bruises of his hands on her body laughed to a stomach-ache.”





Shubhrika Dogra

Shubhrika is an emotional person and portrays that in her words. She is a coffee lover and hence an intrigued writer. She loves to play with words and twist them as much as she can, that is her way of writing. But mostly, she loves creating suspense in her writing. She would never let the real story come out until the last part of her writings. Writing is her life and her heartbeat.
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