Short Fiction: “Tinking back in a knitwear is easier…”

In the intrinsic patterns of knitted sweater, she ran her fingers, tracing the maze, feeling default in the original design.

Stereotypes woven deep inside belief, her titles of obedience and multitasking, were default settings of original design.

“Tinking back in a knitwear is easy, undoing stereotypes is but a maze in itself.” Her thoughts formulated.

She wandered into the corners of her mind; questioning and editing her belief system.

“I am blessed. And it’s my right to voice stereotypes.”

She became one among the many open-hearted commoners, who willingly held space, and offered care, despite the many despites.

2020, Deeya Nambiar

Published by Deeya Nambiar

I believe in taking every day as a learning phase, and exploring my writing skills. I have enjoyed the challenges as a journalist, content writer and college lecturer, and at the moment am living life analysing the extraordinary in the ordinary!

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