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Freedom - #FiveSentenceFiction 3

She tiptoed across the room. Silence was all she could hear except for his gentle snores.

Quietly, she made it through, out of the door and took a sigh of relief as she finally found her freedom. 82 more words

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Change of mind #FiveSentenceFiction 2

Tara read for the umpteenth time that night what she wrote on the white paper in front of her carelessly fiddling with her pen. “GoodBye”, it read. 109 more words

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Love #FiveSentenceFiction 1

He kept kicking her. Yet she waited for his kicks gathering strength.

She struggled to get on. But her love for him kept growing.

And then, one day at the end of a painful scream, she held him in her arms as she met her precious little kicker for the first time. 47 more words

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Sour Milk

It was so offensive it made her cry. She’d wondered if buttermilk could really go bad. Now she knew the answer for sure. Though some things were rotted and fermented to desired states for consumption, there were some already sour that could spoil even more. 13 more words

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Freedom Fish Fry

She hated the cleanup required after frying food. Cleaning up and disposing of the leftover cooking grease was enough to deter her from doing it on a regular basis. 59 more words

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Five Sentence Fiction: What a day it was..

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“You seem so depressed as if the world around you has collapsed completely.”

“I have been giving interview after interview but haven’t been able to crack even one of them so much so that now I have started doubting my own capabilities.” 103 more words

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Mandatory Dare

She’d been here for years; dare she leave now? Her tears had flooded the house in which they lived, yet she stayed afloat due to the life-preservers known as her children. 38 more words

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