I take all ten inkblot tests devised by Rorschach tests, and the results of only two come close to reality. It raises questions on reliability, and indicates a play on probability to get a near-right answer.

The writer in me has found material to work on. What is the probability that a character will act in a particular manner? The splashes of ink on the sky appear to have got diluted with white. Yet, it leads to the emergence of a new pattern. This is what the Creator specializes in, and the human mind is expected to take it forward.

I plan to just turn it around, and write about a diving monster who carries the world down with him.

(120 words)


Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers

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