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FFfAW: Victim?


she felt sick

seeing him there

performing his songs

as if he didn’t have a care in the world

after everything he’d put her through… 225 more words

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Sun inside, sun outside, hens free.

It’s quarter to three: to my right is a hyacinth blue hyacinth,

elsewhere a dove coos.

Why no workies? 179 more words


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FFfAW : Twilight warning

This week’s photo prompt is provided by Sunayana MoiPensieve. Thank you for our photo prompt!

She takes a last draw on her cigarette and throws the stub in the gutter. 207 more words

If it wasn't so serious...

Jean was well used to his antics, paying scant attention once they were home alone.

Mark could well negotiate stairs, go from room to room, naked as a jay bird without ever stubbing his toe. 169 more words

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Bowl of Chocolate

Tiara reached into the bowl for some chocolate.

She had been working hard not to take them. All evening, the chocolates had been sitting in the bowl, staring at her while people around her chatted and laughed and nibbled. 148 more words

Short Story

Mice in the Attic

by Ann Zimmerman

Shortly before, or maybe after, he went mad, my grandfather blasted a hole in his bedroom ceiling with a shotgun. He wanted to kill the mice scratching in his attic. 461 more words

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Look into the Abyss and You will find Yourself

Once upon a time there was a man who was so vain it became a mental condition, eventually causing his demise. He was a man who thought he was better than anyone else, whose deeds he greatly exaggerated, and who felt he was so unique that he did not deserve to die. 1,221 more words