Tags : flash

Poetic currents

Poetic currents

A Poem by Angi


What's that smell?
Needlepointe

Needlepointe

A Story by Taylor


I never cared much about life, never took things seriously. I was selfish and cold, hurting everyone around me wi..
The Dark

The Dark

A Story by Orlock


A quick short written in one sitting concerning desire, conscience and consequence.
Games, Tea, and Enlightenment

Games, Tea, and Enlightenment

A Chapter by A Shared Narrative


A man seeks wisdom from a guru in the mountains, who only wants to play children's games
The Taste of Metal

The Taste of Metal

A Story by thenightqueen


yes, I put a picture of Miley.
Begun

Begun

A Poem by Ryun Cushing


Scattered, flash writing from my mind.
Endless Leash

Endless Leash

A Poem by labyrinthapathy


Some days, right now,I'd rather see the smoke from your cigaretteOr the impression you left on my glassAnd I could write, right now,But I can't seem t..
Illusions

Illusions

A Story by Gracie G


Flash fiction for the six word story contest.
Fired

Fired

A Story by Ross Brooks


A short Flash fiction piece with an unreliable narrator.
Sweatshirt

Sweatshirt

A Story by Ross Brooks


A 'meh' exercise for flash fiction based on Michael Oppenheimer's "The Paring Knife"
Azukibabaa

Azukibabaa

A Story by Ross Brooks


Another flash fiction exersize, though I wasn't feeling the challenge and made it pretty generic :P
One Day, We Will

One Day, We Will

A Story by Debby Pillitteri


A short story about two boys visiting an abandoned house.
Music Teachers

Music Teachers

A Chapter by A Shared Narrative


A woman is asked about a picture, and memories of her mother who played piano.
Am I Dead?

Am I Dead?

A Story by WhereItResides


A vast expanse of blurry white consumes my vision. A yellow orb stands against the backdrop. The sun? I slowly turn my head to the left and right only..
The Amalfi Incident

The Amalfi Incident

A Story by Mark Thomas


A piece of flash fiction created for the prompt "Lemon". This was picked up and published in "Crossing Paths" ISBN 978-185929-155-9
Modernisation

Modernisation

A Story by GraemeH


The world will always change, who are we to control it?