Category Archives: Flash Fiction
To do what you want is almost impossible without a few drags along the way. But hidden behind every drag there is the journey. And at the end it’s all you have.
The point of a pencil faces west and its crusty eraser faces east so within a second I have shared a thought about an object within my sight-line Is this pencil filled with graphite? Who knows-but I’m trying-ever so hard … Continue reading
I’m back and can’t wait to let you into my head. Please be patient, and you will be well rewarded with some kooky stuff that can be absorbed into your brains in a flash.
In the Heat by F. Ulanoff In the heat the devil lives. Every time a fire burns and destroys Satan has come to visit. He resides in a dark place with a ghostly image that we only get a glimpse … Continue reading
Leon Fishbone was scared. He was shaking in his scales as the butcher picked him out of the tank of water where he had resided for the last month. Previously he lived amongst the other Salmon on the coast, until … Continue reading
What If What if every time you updated your computer you saved a life? What if every time you pressed the call button on your phone you saved a tree? And if each time you tapped your Ipad escape button, … Continue reading
A Rose Called Dirt The wind blows about my body and pushes my petals down towards the torn up black sheeting beneath me. I know I still have some orange and red left inside I can see it in the … Continue reading
1311 Causeway Drive What if you found out that nobody liked you; that all the laughing at your jokes and compliments were bunk. And if this were true what would you do? Would you ignore it and go on or … Continue reading