Tagged: short fiction

Dystopian Short Stories 0

The Tramp — Part One

Dystopian Short Stories   From his high vantage point he had a terrific view of the poor sap below him. The Kid sat in a tiny room made of concrete — the ceiling had...

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Gin And Jazz

Short Story   I pulled the needle over to the record. It scratched as it spun. Two greats in duet. It had a sweet swell of suspicion to the tone of the cornet. I...

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Serenity

Spoken Word So it came to pass, that one morning I awoke, and the Serenity Prayer snapped into place within the folds of my grey matter. After so many years, the ghosts populate more...

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Deprivation

Flash Fiction   I feel like Hank Chinaski lately. I’ve been cutting back on the booze, I’ve got liver pains. I fear it may conk out soon, maybe I gave it more than it...

fiction about love 0

Snapshots

Short Story   He sat in the creaky, carved-up desk working up the courage to go talk to her. He had been staring at her all semester from that tiny, vandalized chair, but still...

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Esperanto

Chapter 2: Augusto is making an effort not to walk too eagerly towards the supervisor’s shed. He has long ago learned that general disinterest and ennui are the uniform of dock servicemen and failing...

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Esperanto

Short Story “…te amo como se aman ciertas cosas oscuras, secretamente, entre la sombra y el alma.” Pablo Neruda Part I: Silencio Chapter 1 As you emerge from sleep, nothing is yet. Atoms hastily...

Friends Short Story 0

My Best Friends

Short Story   Brian, David, and Luke were my best friends. It seemed like Brian was always talking to girls since kindergarten. He got his first girlfriend in 2nd grade, who he still says...