Too Many Questions? – Flash Fiction Story

The bronze sculpture of The Thinker against a wooden backdrop

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hi, is that really you? How’s it going? Are you surprised to see me? What? You don’t know me? How can that be? Remember that lemon tree? On the corner of Bradbury Street? Which tree?

And They Were Gone – Flash Fiction Story

A brown colored heart shaped leaf against a peach background

Reading Time: 2 minutes I woke up one morning. And they were gone. Just like that. No goodbye. Or see you later. How did I know? The quiet. It was perfect. Surreal. Delightful.

A Failed Fairy Tale Princess – Flash Fiction Story

A toddler dressed in a Snow White costume holding her mother's hand and walking

Reading Time: 3 minutes Snow had been fed a liberal amount of fairy tales from a rather young age. Open wide. Chew them well. Now swallow. She had been only two when her mother had first introduced her to Snow White, the… Read More

Dad Came Back as Pancho – Flash Fiction Story

A close up of a cute Pomeranian tilting his head and looking upwards

Reading Time: 3 minutes Pancho wasn’t the smartest dog, but he was adorable. He was a Pomeranian. Not too big, not too small. Just the right size. Cute enough to make you smile and cuddle him real tight. The only annoying thing… Read More

Sightless Eyes Cry Too – Flash Fiction Story

A woman with a white bandage and orange roses wrapped around and covering her eyes

Reading Time: 3 minutes He was near her, barely an arm’s length away. If she could have, she would have slapped him. But recently blinded, her remaining senses weren’t yet sharp enough, and she would have surely missed her mark. His breathing… Read More

It’s An Emergency – Flash Fiction Story

A sign with emergency and a street name written on it

Reading Time: 2 minutes My girlfriend called me late at night. She screamed into my ear. ‘It’s an emergency! Get over here!’ And then hung up. I didn’t know what to think. It was three in the morning. My senses weren’t in… Read More

An Anniversary Gift (Flash Fiction Story) by Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores

Reading Time: < 1 minute Another day, another story. Flash fiction is how it reads. Like a flash of imagination that hopefully leaves the reader bedazzled and entertained, satisfied yet wanting to know more. Please read another of my stories published by Gobblers/Masticadores.

For Better or For Worse – Flash Fiction Story

A pair of black and red boxing gloves lying on a wooden table

Reading Time: 3 minutes I hate him and his damn corner. It’s the place between the bookcase and the sagging recliner. It’s where he always stands when he has something to tell me. And none of it is ever good. They are… Read More

Raama Naidu’s Wise Mother – Flash Fiction Story

A brass urn lying on the ground with a blue painted wall behind it

Reading Time: 2 minutes Raama Naidu loved his mother more than any person in the world. She was his star in a moonless sky, always shining and sparkling, his guide, friend, and personal philosopher. Her views and theories on life, the result… Read More

I’m Just Plain Nasty – Flash Fiction Story

The black and white image of a man's shadowed face with a mean expression and a strip of light across his eyes

Reading Time: 3 minutes If I wasn’t me, I wouldn’t have liked myself one bit. Why? I’m just plain nasty. Mean. Sarcastic. Arrogant. Selfish. Bad listener. Oh. A whiskey drinker. Nothing wrong with that. But it does make me nastier. And I… Read More

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