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A Long Descent

The stairs were dark. They lead down into more darkness without any reprieve. Down, down I walked with only my torch for company. On the dusty wall was a single thick wire, almost a cable. 104 more words

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He'll Knock This Time

As Earl the Delivery Sheep para-dropped from the delivery plane his sense of unease increased. Earl had done this many times before but never with live cargo. 85 more words

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100 words: Potter's Field

They buried the ash-filled urns in a special area in the city called Potter’s Field. Some of the urns had been found in garbage cans, some under trees or park benches. 117 more words

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Rainbows and Ponies - Friday Fictioneers Flash Fiction

Another Wednesday, another prompt for the Friday Fictioneers, graciously provided by our Fairy Blog Mother Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.

The task is to write a story: beginning, middle, and end, in 100 words or less. 235 more words

One Category To Bind Them All

The Sisters Who Lived In The Street

The sisters was infamous for how unfriendly they were

They lived in the house with their mother but interacted with no one else in the street. 587 more words

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ChattyCat

Oh, good morning. Thanks for taking my call. I’m ringing because I’ve got an idea for a story. It’s about a cat who enjoys cooking and shopping and theatre, but he feels a bit disconnected and wants to find meaning in his life. 128 more words

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The picky eater is confronted with their hated foods

I cook with a look of disgust.

I don’t like these at all. I wouldn’t even touch a picture of them or even say their name. 43 more words

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