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Flash Fiction Friday: Unfazed

The wind snatched off her hood. It whipped her ebony hair out behind her. The breeze tugged on her pea-coat, revealing the tops of her black knee-high stockings. Gusts yanked on the wheat stalks. They snapped against her bare thighs as if willing her to turn back. Unfazed, she trudged on. Nothing would stop her. Nothing would ease the murderous… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Unfazed

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Flash Fiction Friday: Apple

My childish naivety led me to that apple. One side was yellow. The other pink. Both glistened in the morning sun, catching my eye and drawing me in until I could think of nothing else but the sweet taste lingering within. I sank my teeth into the soft flesh. Juice dribble down my chin. I licked… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Apple

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Flash Fiction Friday: Grounded

They could tell she was sad. It hung in the heaviness weighing down her eyelashes. It floated on the soft, weary tune she played on the harmonica. It clung to her like the white-feathered dress draping from her body. Finches flitted about her head. Their tiny feet snagged on the delicate veil like removing it… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Grounded

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Flash Fiction Friday: Can’t Know

"Didn't know I could read?" Her blue eyes widen. Her dark eyebrows vanish beneath her black bangs as they raise. Her tone was quiet, innocent as she asked, "What do you think I do up here all by my lonesome?" Her gloved fingers touched her collarbone. The other hand grazed the brittle, weathered pages of the… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Can’t Know

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Flash Fiction Friday: Trickster

Her laugh lilts through the air like snowflakes dancing on the wind. Her thin, delicate fingers touch her pink lips to cover the laugh, her icy blue eyes watching me with amusement. "This is my disguise." Furry ears ease out of her layers of silver hair. A long, fluffy tail uncurls behind her. Extending towards me, it… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Trickster

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Flash Fiction Friday: Reaper

Her eyes glinted like rubies as the corner of her blood-red lips curled into a wicked smile. "Death, a man?" She scoffed. The wind whipped her wispy white hair about her delicate shoulders. "No, no." She shook her head slowly, her eyes never leaving me. "Do you really think a man would be chosen as the Reaper of Death?"… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Reaper

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Flash Fiction Friday: Marked

No amount of icy chill could touch her. Not after the flames forged her very essence back to life, cursing her eyes with the color of rubies. Marked. She walked alone. Her only companion was a glistening fiery spear forged. All other weapons, all other items, crisped, charred, and ashed in her hands. Even her spirit guide, the… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Marked

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Flash Fiction Friday: Lost Myself

I wasn't supposed to be here. I wasn't supposed to see her. Yet, she didn't run. She didn't vanish. But she watched me with sorrowful green eyes, like she was a prisoner. Her look was pleading, like she wanted me to help her. But I didn't know how. I looked in the points of her ears.… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Lost Myself

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Flash Fiction Friday: Through Me

It wasn't in the tiny steps she took. It wasn't in the way she clutched her school bag with both hands. It wasn't in the way her messy bun always looked perfect. It was the way she looked at me. Her lips parted in a tiny gape. The outer edges of her eyebrows downturned like… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Through Me

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Flash Fiction Friday: Old Ally

In a world washed in white, he'd never blend in. The sun cast his shadow over every mountain and every valley, but night would come. His old ally always came, always watched out for him, protected him. With the darkness he vanished. With the darkness he was less than a shadow. With the darkness he was a ghost… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Old Ally