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Grief

In his younger years, he could have made her happy.

It would have been so easy, too – or at the very least, it would have been no extra trouble at all, really – to gift her with everything she could have ever desired in both this world and the next, and to sculpt a happiness that would have outlived him. 98 more words

Fiction

Five Sentence Fiction: Grief

Once everyone was gone Annie sat by the window where she used to catch glimpses of Joe working in the yard.
Joe loved to work in the yard.
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Dawn M. Miller

Wrong Place- #Five sentence #Fiction

Letting out an exasperated sigh, she whipped her phone out of her jeans and dialed the number, while simultaneously walking across the road, not bothering to check for oncoming traffic. 158 more words

Fiction

Five Sentence Fiction: Grief

Source: lilliemcferrin.com                                      
Rules:
What it’s all about: Five Sentence Fiction is about packing a powerful punch in a tiny fist. Each week Lillie will post a one word inspiration, then anyone wishing to participate will write a five sentence story based on the prompt word. 119 more words
Writing Exercise

Time Bandit | 5 Sentence Fiction

Shadows deeply dark stretch and etch the moors; mist hangs and snakes creating limpid lakes – glass-eyed pools. It is not a night for feints in heart, for Death seeks comfort in this dark. 32 more words

Free-form Writing

Five Sentence Fiction: Darkness


Source: http://fc04.deviantart.net/fs71/i/2013/072/d/d/dark_attic_by_nichofsky-d5qqipn.jpg

“Those people in the dark with long hair, scary eyes and deformed faces will stare at you if you go towards the attic.” 95 more words

Fear

Five Sentence Fiction: Darkness

He waited for her on the sand, the sounds of the surf crashing behind him in the darkness.

The rides on the pier lit up the beach as he watched his pregnant wife walked toward him. 67 more words

Dawn M. Miller