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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Flash Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

These are a collection of Micro-Fiction

The Pact with Jehovah Jesus

I have made a pact, a prayer request to God Jehovah Jesus. When it is realized, I would like to present it with joy to the world.

Epiphany about the Wind

Cool zephyr striking gently on my face; the breeze is an epiphany of music; the wind is a soul, full of love; the ghost is a passionate song; the wind is an ecstasy of whispers; the wind is a ghost blowing gently; the wind is a celestial garb of mirth.

Literature and Exhaustion

A pathological syndrome of postmodern literature is a commentary that literature is exhausted and dying. I would like to contradict this statement. Literature is the love to experience beauty. The simple experiences of life like watching the sunset, watching the tumultuous rolling of the waves, watching the flight of the birds, being silent to oneself, all these can be translated as the art of literature. Literature is living the life of poetry. Literature is also the song of making love. One who writes literature is an artist with a bricolage of tools, translating the aesthetic experience into words of grandiose wonder. Can literature be exhausted or dead? The answer is no.

Going Greek

Greece was the womb of thought which gave rise to the children, literature, art, and philosophy.

Going Greek as an idiom means being talented and creative.

I would love to be going Greek.

Laughing Buddha

Laughing Buddha is a Feng Shui talisman to attract money and luck.

Laughing Buddha as an idiom means a vulgar attachment to material desires.

Many in society are a laughing Buddha.


Submitted: September 26, 2021

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