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No matter what we do in life, we will all experience this. We all will face one day when we have to describe her, but the fact is you can't because she makes you speechless every day. Read More

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If I were to walk off the face of this earth, these are my thoughts and words to the people I love at my funeral. I have been suicidal but have chosen to endure this world a bit longer to see if things will or can change. I doubt it… Read More

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Just a little quick one. 353 words. a wife and mother cooks dinner for her family while she waits for them to come home. Read More

Reads: 141

Comments: 1

I wanted to try a writing exercise on myself, one dealing with the senses and telling a story through them. Read More

Reads: 227

Comments: 1

Just hold together until it passes. Read More

Reads: 329

Comments: 3

It started out as trying to be descriptive, but kind of came to life as something else Read More

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Thoughts of a determined person... Read More

#life

Reads: 219

Shelves: 1

A six word story of someone reflecting upon a wasted existence. Read More

#life

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Recently I've been studying Flash Fiction and its origins. I find the six word story to be the most challenging... Read More

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There is so much in the world. So much you never realize. Read More

Reads: 305

Comments: 1

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A breakfast that goes horribly wrong but in a funny way. Read More

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Why is it we wish time away? are we missing out on anything if we do? Read More

#time

Reads: 256

Shelves: 1

What happens when someone in love is deeply rejected? Read More

Miscellaneous / Flash Fiction

November 16, 2017

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Miscellaneous / Flash Fiction

September 13, 2017

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Nah, I don't really feel like it. Read More

Reads: 399

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

(Writing exercise) A previously ambitious city-worker contemplates her life and the decision to abandon the modern rat race. Less than 500 words, this piece aims to capture the rumination taking place in a single moment in time. This story revolves around choices and regret. Read More

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My first flash fiction written years ago when I attended creative writing classes for beginners . Had a 50 word limit & title which certainly was a challenge. Read More

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prison can be good. Read More

Reads: 524

Comments: 1

'I' am nothing Read More

Reads: 480

Questions of life. Read More

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Wake up to meaninglessness Read More

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A short story with meaningless meaning. Read More

Reads: 340

Comments: 1

#girl, #demon

Reads: 350

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

Miscellaneous / Flash Fiction

December 22, 2015

Reads: 299

More writing from sentences I wrote in college Read More
This here is a relatively short tale of a character in one of my many dreams. Unlike the others, I remembered this one after waking up, and decided to do a short stuff on it. A confused man, haunted by something even I cannot fathom. Read More

Reads: 328

Comments: 2

Regret? Revenge? Intro to a possible story, just had to write it down. Read More

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Based on a poem I wrote a while back. Read More

Reads: 294

Comments: 1

Short fictional story about a not-so-cute kitten. Read More

Miscellaneous / Flash Fiction

February 26, 2014

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A boy struggles with accepting authority. Read More

Miscellaneous / Flash Fiction

February 23, 2014

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A woman's obsession with her garden(symbolizing her children) and how in the end the destruction caused by her child. Read More

Reads: 241

Comments: 3

A girl and a boy lie together in bed. Read More

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Comments: 1

A nameless individual has had enough and commits an irreversible act of violence. Not knowing how to handle it, they run. A night with bloodshed had only just begun. Read More

Reads: 279

Auntie May cooks for her family's Thanksgiving dinner. Read More

Reads: 354

Comments: 2

With the moon dipping in the dark clouds, it was only so much time left, before death approached me and my cold, empty soul. Read More

Reads: 313

Comments: 2

This is a short story I wrote for an English assignment. We were told to imitate Tim O'Brien's style in his book The Things They Carried and this is the result. Read More

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Just an opening sequence from my book. Read More

Reads: 427

Comments: 1

A short piece of prose about an underestimated affliction; Insomnia. Read More