Tag Archives: Dystopian

Dead Stones. (Flash Fiction)

There he was. Sitting like nothing had happened. Like the past few days had meant nothing. How could a man go through so much and react so little? The trees of the cemetery were bristling with an energy that wasn’t … Continue reading

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Finally Free (Flash Fiction)

Lilly ran out the backdoor and over to the nearest house, which was her grandmother’s. Pounding on the door, she screamed, “Call 911.” While the police searched her house, Lilly sat sobbing in her grandma’s kitchen, reeling from the fact … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Writing Prompt

As she approached the sign post, she slowly realized it’s significance. What would the others decide?

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The Gathering Of Innocence (Flash Fiction)

Today is a great day. Today you all turn eighteen. With your action today you will prove your devotion to God, country, and your future. Continue reading

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The Gated Perch (A Dystopian Short Story)

Herman Rune is sixty-two years old, and he was fifty-seven when he first noticed the man in the crowd below — passing by with no noticeably particular importance. Continue reading

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