Author: Tyler Clifton

short story about adolescence 0

Passing

Short Story I don’t see you a lot anymore. Well, I see you, but you always have those sunglasses on that make you look like everyone else. We only say a few words to...

fate fiction 0

Dates and Times

Short Story I leave for work everyday at 7:45. It’s four and a half blocks away. I always arrive at 8:15, which gives me fifteen minutes to get settled. At 7:56 everyday, I see...

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For Closure

Short Story The fireworks went off every year about ten blocks away from our house. None of the neighborhood was too tall, so we could watch them from our windows. Dad said we couldn’t...

short family story 1

Grandma Clifton

Family Story   When I was younger, my grandma took my brother and I to a lot of movies. It was good bonding time, and we would all hangout at her house before and...

imagination fiction 1

Summer

Short Story   Before breakfast I went to Mars. It’s hot there. It’s really dry too. I left my footprint in the dirt. I only had socks on so I got a bunch of...

short story about halloween 0

Halloween

Short Story   In fifth grade we had a Halloween costume contest at school. I had the best costume. My mom, brother, and I always went to Goodwill to get the actual costume parts,...

unfairness poem 0

Today Thoughts

Poem   The sins of our parents Are like past lives, Because finding opportunities Come from bees from the same hives. Someone born to welfare Is never given a chance, Even when they’re smarter...