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Return Journey

The train gains momentum as it moves down the tracks. I am not so fond of trains as when I was a boy. Then they seemed like an adventure; now only a necessity. 125 more words


I am changing again, she complains. I am moody, desperate and tired of following you.

I retort with an indifferent, tight instruction – tomorrow’s busy – lots of running around – you better sleep good tonight. 23 more words

Flash Fiction

My Diary

The little man who lives in the space between the walls was causing concern and I went to a fairy wood to get green crayons and a sheet of invisible paper. 85 more words


'A Weekend Away' - 100-word-story

The sweet sound of soul music unfurled through the doors and windows of The Oystercatcher. Outside, seagulls cried their disapproval while inside, a hand moved to the small of Jean’s back. 69 more words


Bohemian Days by Isabella David

Isabella David is a French-American writer, actor, and artist. She obtained her BA in Comparative Literature from the University of Virginia, taught high school English and French, then proceeded to New York, where, while writing on the sly, she did nothing that pertained to her academic studies, focusing instead on acting in theater and film. 313 more words


Lydia Davis!

A Double Negative by Lydia Davis

“At a certain point in her life, she realizes it is not so much that she wants to have a child as that she does not want not to have a child, or not to have had a child.” 47 more words