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Platform no. 11

And I missed my train…

I rushed to the railway station. Outside the jumble of auto rickshaws, horse carts, cycle rickshaws, passengers with big canvas bags presented a maze. 1,137 more words

Short Story/ Fiction

Writer's Routine

The alarm announces the day with an irritating excuse for an uneven melody. Perfect because it works. Five a.m. and the long days journey into night begins. 716 more words

Short Story Fiction

...No Evil...

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Sunday Photo Fiction: August 17th 2014

…No Evil…

He sits at the edge of the cliff and revisits his childhood, remembering his neighbors the meerkats. 106 more words


The Art Of Listening..

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Sunday Photo Fiction: August 10th 2014


“You could at least pretend to be happy.” he hissed under his breath. “You’re  just depressed because you want to be. 169 more words

Short Story/ Fiction


Written for Friday Fictioneers

15 August 2014

Hosted on  August 13, 2014 by rochellewisoff

PHOTO PROMPT -Copyright – Jan Wayne Fields ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Above my antique writing desk is a watercolor painting that came to me by way of my Grandfather . 84 more words

Short Story/ Fiction

Until Next Time My Dear

The night was a wild one. The wind lashed the coastline sending plumes of sea spray out over the esplanade to soak everything within a hundred metres of the beach. 1,036 more words

Short Story Fiction

Willie Alaire

written for Friday Fictioneers

8 August 2014

PHOTO PROMPT – Copyright-Björn Rudberg


Willie Alaire

William Alaire is an artist. Unfortunately  for him, his best work is done when he is stark naked. 82 more words