Category: flash fiction

Short Story-A Landfill Of Memories.

There he sat. Resigned to one side of a dim cafe. The air stiff with boredom and tangy smoke. His ears listened inadvertently to the soft whirr of coiled neon-fixtures drilled against the wall beside him–the room had a sizzling pulse. He lift his…

The Lash Before the Scolding Whip (Horror Flash Fiction)

Reading time: 5 min 1 sec I run and cling to any root. The slurps of hot, dusty air felt like daggers battering the back of my parched throat. The incline was higher than we thought. I look back to see my mother crawling…

Sweet Is The Night

He wandered back to his condo, holding his jingling bundle of keys with a veiny grip. He struggled to puncture the key hole with his brass instrument. A wedge of light cut through the dust rife darkness that coated his blue navy furniture floating…

What I Want is what I’ll never get..

Talking about hot cups of tea, this one blanched the rough of my tongue, what a nice gesture from the waiter. The wicked green brew kept plopping with a wedge of lemon. But what annoyed me the most was the gnashing prickle of her…

A Man and His Way.

Reading time: 2 min 48 sec. “Let me fill that up for you, ” said the happy face behind the bar, tilting the warped bottle into the huddled man’s glass. Each drop of bitter, tangy sweet. Dipping and swirling with small bubbles forming around…

A Man and a Hundred Marble Walls

Flash fiction about man and his constant loss of time and more.

I WANT YOU

The train trundles off, shaking the static world. We pierce the round mouth of darkness, and deep into the cable strewn intestine we venture towards another dusty bright island of tangible land. I take my seat beside a hunched female passenger. The train shrieks…