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Five Sentence Fiction - Confusion

She was suffering, both physical pain and mental agony. 

Although the former was easier to bear, if compared and also the doctors took care of it but there wasn’t any cure for the latter. 140 more words

Agony

Five Sentence Fiction: Confusion

I understand football. I grew up watching it on television and my first husband and I were avid fans; we never missed a Sunday.
But baseball is different.
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Dawn M. Miller

Confusion

It’s the way he looks around that is hardest to take; the frightened look of a traveller lost in a maze of indecipherable alien symbols and incoherent foreign chattering. 171 more words

Flash Fiction

Guilty or not? Confused!

My 17-year-old daughter, Dena, was picked from home today by the police.

“You can’t take my little girl,  she is still a child”,  I pleaded. 113 more words

Flash Fiction

One Crazy Little Chick

When she heard that baby chicks could be hatched from incubated chicken eggs, it seemed like a simple enough procedure to find out if It was true. 159 more words

Prompts And Challenges

Point of Reference - Five Sentence Fiction

Sarah is a little girl – she knows she is her mummy’s little star and her daddy’s lion cub.

Sarah is a teenager – she knows she is Liam’s girlfriend and Mr Barrett’s favourite student. 149 more words

Creative Writing

| Confusion |

Five Sentence Fiction is about packing a powerful punch in a tiny fist. Each week Lillie McFerrin will post a one word inspiration, then anyone wishing to participate will write a five sentence story based on the prompt word. 107 more words

Five Sentence Fiction