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Death of an ordinary man

There, just across the square, sitting with two small boys and a bottle blonde wife – who’s washing down nachos with a jug of sangria – sits an ordinary looking man. 477 more words

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Running Out of Flashy Titles

How long can I keep up the punny titles? Yeah. Probably a while eh? Here’s a few to snack on. Grab a drink from the cooler, too, I just gotta go find something to put this fire out. 1,124 more words

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Friday Fictioneers: ”Blazin' a Trail” and “Never Too Old”

Every Friday, writers from around the globe join to write tiny tales in response to a photo prompt posted on Rochelle’s blog. It takes discipline to write a piece using only 100 words! 313 more words

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Pain & Beauty

Ana ran her thumb over the cool hard surface of the river rock.  “Mom, I feel like this stone.  All this pain, it’s wearing me down.” 171 more words


A Bard's Tale

Below is my 100 word (ish) submission to the Friday Fictioneers. Photo prompt this week is courtesy of Björn Rudberg

As always, comments are appreciated. 230 more words

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'Under' #AtoZChallenge

Under a bright blue summer sky, I lie back in the grass and smile up at the sun. I feel the warmth of its kiss upon my cheeks and imagine it smiling back at me. 259 more words

Nina D'Arcangela

April 23: Flash Fiction Challenge

Creativity seems like a night sky full of burning stars sparking into infinity and beyond until it pokes the eye of creation. Endless. Boundless. Open to all possibilities. 899 more words

Climate Change