Tag Archives: loss

Missing … – Flash Fiction – June 30, 2016

Missing …. Boots, bibs and straw hats, among other things, were what she was searching for in the antique shop.    She’d found a baseball bat, a ball, hippy beads and a guitar from the sixties – records, a mug … bits … Continue reading

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“…to cease these tears” – Short Fiction – January 12, 2016

“Wait wait, where would you go?” “Anywhere would do, just to cease these tears.” “Would you accept anything my friend?” The feeling of frustration grew, because he knew, he couldn’t accept just anything.  To cease the tears of daughter’s hunger … Continue reading

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A Sunny Cafe – Flash Fiction – January 4, 2016

The sun streamed into the brightly decorated cafe at the train station. This obscene happiness should be banned, Judith thought.  Today of all days should have been grey, cold and rainy. Their son came into the cafe and headed straight … Continue reading

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