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Vultures - A Five Sentence Flash Fiction

Blinded by the deepest despair of her grief, she never saw them coming.

Vultures in human form, ready to dry out every least amount of blood left for the taking, grabbing for his belongings with such a fury, that left even the most distant members of his family gasp for air. 62 more words

Flash Fiction

Five Sentence Fiction: Falling

The minute I saw that white t-shirt stretched over your muscular chest it began.

You caught me watching you and began to pose showing me your best attributes and angles. 47 more words

Dawn M. Miller

Let Her Who Is Without Sin: Friday Fictioneer On Saturday

Who of us is so perfect that we can sit in judgment of another? Well, maybe some of us need a good paddling to either get the point or to get to that point. 145 more words

Entertainment

Five Sentence Fiction: Falling


Source: http://www.bibleworth.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/falling-man.jpg

As the aircraft began to spiral down towards the ground, his life flashed before his eyes. He wanted to rise up in life but instead he was falling out of the sky. 64 more words

Love

Five Sentence Fiction: Falling

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. 80 more words
Prompts

Falling - A Five Sentence Flash Fiction

“I am falling for him, harder than I have ever fallen for someone in my life,” Jennifer beamed at the young woman across from her, her eyes reflecting the deep orange sunset, that caressed the small, sandy beach with warmth and glow. 118 more words

Writing

Five Sentence Fiction : Falling

Mira leaped from the terrace of the multi-storeyed high-rise.

As she fell, memories like a movie, passed in front of her eyes.

Childhood, school years, College days,  First job,  Mehul,  marriage, new home, money problems, betrayals, the police. 28 more words

Five Sentence Fiction