Category Archives: Flash Fiction

Pieces I have tried to keep under a page whatever the genre.

A Great Many Things

I was as certain as God sacrificing his son.  Undoubtedly, directly in front of me, two children swung on swings.  Forgive the narration of their tiny figures in tiny crucified positions, dying for each other’s sin, but I feel full … Continue reading

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Hank

Hank visited for three weeks in July.  It was supposed to be two.  He came to town see his daughter, Angel, my neighbor.  Diesel, Angel’s boyfriend, shook his hand when he arrived. “You named your daughter wrong,” Diesel joked. “Nope,” … Continue reading

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Lost in a small notebook

“You can’t swim in a puddle.”  A man said to his lover.  “You can’t fly in a bubble.” “I disagree.” She responded to his speech.  “I’m fairly certain this world’s make believe.”

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Brokedown Bus

I was sitting above the rear, driver-side tire, when it exploded.  In an entirely undramatic fashion, the bus slowed down to a stop as it pulled over to the curb.  Other than the initial bang of the tire popping, nothing … Continue reading

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Frankly

It was a total mushrooms on manure type bliss. I wanted to kiss her cheek, hold her hand, let her pet my bullfrog, Wilfred, all at the same time. We had frantic sex on her dining room floor, but essentially … Continue reading

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