Tag Archives: FlashFiction

The Balcony Scene Remembered

It was on a Tuesday when Jim started his job teaching PE at his old high-school, with a side assignment working with the theater class. He would be working with students building the sets for this year’s production. A month … Continue reading

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Where – no – When

The hangover was a bit worse than usual. The last thing he remembered was that he’d bought a new car and his co-workers throwing a party. He was able to stagger to the car and head home. When he finally … Continue reading

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Among The Clouds

Somewhere in the rising warm air topped by fair-weather cumulus clouds a lone Bald Eagle is soaring. I know he’s up there, saw him recently, but when I glanced away for a short while to get my lunch I lost … Continue reading

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I Need A Float

Boy was the day hot but sitting under a willow helped. I despirately needed a cool drink so I fired up my sat-phone and called my favorite soda shop. I gave them my order.”Sure” they replied, “it’ll be on the … Continue reading

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The Rusty Truck

“Hay Dad!!”, came from the back seat, “Let’s go back and look at that big red truck, it’s neat!” And so began a short adventure. Half a mile down the road I finally found a driveway to turn around in. … Continue reading

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Bottles, Bottles, Bottles galore!

It was a few months since Josh passed away and it was time to try disposing of some of his stuff, as his daughter called it. She still wasn’t in the mode for that job, so she delegated it to … Continue reading

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The Photographer

Until she uploaded her day’s photos onto the computer, she never noticed the shadow in each of them. That was many years ago, after her uncle gave her a camera for her sixteenth birthday. It was her first camera. Now … Continue reading

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I Need Inspiration

True to the forecast, it was cold this morning. I was out of bed, showered and dressed in a hurry. A brisk walk to the office with a stop at the doughnut shop seemed in order, followed by climbing 6 … Continue reading

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Snow! Where?

There was a time when an AM car radio was a joy to listen to. Especially for geeks. Was the word ‘geek’ invented then? Well, I spent my miss-spent youth DXing the broadcast band, listening late at night trying to … Continue reading

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The Cranky Old Car

Sam and Marge headed out on a sunny day for a drive to PenMar Park, right on the Appalachian Trail. With the sun on their face and the wind in their hair everything was going great. The climb up the … Continue reading

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