Category Archives: Creative Fiction

The Answers You Can Never Know

She crosses in front of him, some part of him compelled to follow. After several steps she stops, crouching down like an inquisitive child. She picks something up from the ground. She examines it, the flower blossoming in her hand as … Continue reading

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Price of Tomorrow

I’m dying. Excuse me? I’m dying. What do you mean? What do you mean ‘what do you mean’? I mean, this thing I’m doing now, couple months time, I won’t be doing it anymore. I don’t- why? What happened? Fuck … Continue reading

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Rules

The rules are inherited. Not immutable. Not immanipulatible. They are simply reminders from our mother that exists outside causality. A recommendation if you will. But with every child there comes a time to make its own rules. And I say … Continue reading

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Coward

“Never tol’ ya where I was headin’. Never tol’ ya nothin’. Just showed up and took it ‘pon yerself ta follow. Well, surprise darlin’, ain’t headin’ nowhere. Been walkin’ since I can ‘member. One broke path to ‘nother. Ya see … Continue reading

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Valhalla

Slothing through the field, our swords meet, I stab the guy, his buddy eyes me, but it’s like, “Why?”, you know? Whatever, he’s dead. I don’t care. I doubt he does either. It’s like, yeah I get it we’re at … Continue reading

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The Only Part of You He Had

Eight months. Eight months she’d been gone. Buried under a litany of nightmares and choked down tears. You spend enough time crying eventually you to hide it, let it out it bursts, little moments of weakness as the new status … Continue reading

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Bodies

Dead men. Dozens of the them litter the street, eyes hollow like the blackened core of rotten trees. Some still twitch others, fester quietly in the wet chaos of the road, oblivious to the mounds of traffic racing past them … Continue reading

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