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“Go behind the wardrobe, I don’t want you to be looking.”

I went behind the wardrobe. What I found behind the dust and cobwebs was something I couldn’t, could never, even begin to imagine, even in my mildest or wildest dreams or realities. 74 more words


Soul Sickness

“What you have, my friend, is a soul sickness.”

He appeared quite serious, pulling on the hairs of his bushy white mustache, and sipping from a cup of tea in the old office building he’d converted into his business space, known as, “Bill’s Spiritual Counseling.” 752 more words


Weekend Writing Prompt — Cavalier

“I assume you still want those earrings with the feathers I got you,” Don said.

“Please, Don, let’s not make a big deal about my… 97 more words

Flash Fiction


Rosa bounced around in the baby carrier on Stan’s back, who strode down the country path. She spotted a low hanging branch up ahead and reached out for one of the leaves. 419 more words

Flash Fiction

1874. Outside a thrush was singing

Iseult was a novelist. She wrote horror, fantasy and science fiction.

It was raining outside. It was one of those sun-shower days that make you understand why Ireland is called “The Emerald Isle”. 269 more words


Emmaline West

Good wives, proper wives, are to see to the comfort of their husbands and the business of running the home. Percival was most comfortable with his sweets and newspaper, in front of the fire in the parlor. 542 more words

Creative Writing


I flaked out on my girlfriend for this? What the fuck was I thinking? Jim and his bright ideas. Some fun.

It all started when I got in the car with Jim, and he said, “I got a surprise for you.” 476 more words