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Flash Fiction Friday: Two Sides

There are two sides. Two to the story. Two to me. Yet you only see one: the one you want to see and that’s not fair. 84 more words

Fiction

crawdodo

crimson snitches cartoon mad months; reading meters & home economics— majoring in respiration, indolence and scurvy

Friday contemplates devices to reboot the sockless philanderers, lapus lazulis or purple necromancy… 73 more words

Poetry

Next Customer, Please

Karine waited for the next customer. She tidied the papers on her desk, looked behind her to the vault, and when the woman at the front of the line still hadn’t budged, she cleared her throat and said, “Next customer please.” 263 more words

Short Story

Three Line Tales : Playing with creation

photo by Rebecca Johnston – here’s a bigger version

‘What does it mean?’ said Tully, blinking away the mist that gathered liked tears on her lashes. 154 more words

Glovelight

Out of it is into it,

it seems to me today

darkness lights up night

disappearing day.

Sunset of another year

Silhouetted hand

Poetry

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What Are They?

by GJ Hart

“Fizzy strawberry pencils.”

The man had been watching Dave so intently he’d felt obliged to offer him a sweet.

“Nah, not for me. 388 more words

Flash Fiction

New Appendage

There was a time when point and shoot cameras proved cumbersome to access. They were seldom within reach to capture the lovely cardinal that briefly rested on a nearby branch or the puckered face of a toddler’s first taste of a lemon wedge.  59 more words