Power of Memory

Even as she awoke in this unfamiliar place, cold and stark, she felt the energy of the sun, the same that warmed the ones she loved, and found strength to face another day, just as a sliver of light snuck in beneath her locked door photo and prompt: Three Line Tales


View from the Other Side of the Desk

DAILY PROMPT Zoltar’s Revenge In a reversal of Big, the Tom Hanks classic from the 80s, your adult self is suddenly locked in the body of a 12-year-old kid. How do you survive your first day back in school?     Glancing at my watch, I put my bags down by my desk in the... Continue Reading →

Slipping into Blue, Part 1

“Slipping into blue, sliding towards black. Caught in the whirlwind. Slipping, slipping, slipping into blue…”She snapped off the radio and sighed. It’s not that easy. Her eyes followed a trail of blue smoke as she crushed out her cigarette. Some of us don’t have that luxury.A rusting metal chair scraped against worn linoleum as she... Continue Reading →

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