As a part of Intrams 2014, The Bridge conducted a ‘Surprisingly Short Stories’ contest, a ‘140-character limit story’ challenge. From a plethora of entries we encountered, we chose three deserving winners. 

‘The Catch’ – Meenushree (B.E. EEE, 2011-2015)

“It’s all too good to be true” she said. “Where is the catch?”
It has been ten years since and she is still waiting for the catch.

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‘Young Artist’ by Priyanka Rajan (B.Tech Biotechnology, 2013-2017)

Everyone gathered to see the art teacher’s present. Gasp! A doll?
The wise teacher: “My student may be a child prodigy, but she is still 10 yrs old”

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‘Death Sprial’ by Vinesh Ramakrishnan (B.E. Production, 2013-2017)

I gasp my dying breathe as I was strangled… Then the cycle began again…
Didn’t know that after death you are doomed to live your last minute again and again..Forever

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The sketches are done by Dhineshkumar T (B.E. Civil, 2012-2016)

dhineshkumarDHINESHKUMAR T (B.E. Civil, 2012-2016) has an affinity towards all things artistic. His passion for drawing started with drawing portraits of movie stars. His dream is to become a chief civil engineer and develop his village.

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