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Linwood (United States of America)() published:

Trouble Brewing in the North East.

PROMPT: Choose Your Own Adventure  | GROUP: Flash Fiction

Introduction
       You wake up to a steady sunbeam nearly forcing or eyes back shut. You stand up hitting your head on the cabin ceiling reminding you that this is your 5th day on the ocean searching for the fish that have unexpectedly disappeared from the harbor. As a Maine seafood supplier with luck you will be able to find and catch enough fish to feed have a nice seafood and to bring proof that you have found...

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Dmoral13 (United States of America)() published:

Destiny is thrust into your hands, how do you wield it?

PROMPT: Choose Your Own Adventure  | GROUP: Flash Fiction


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I. Beginning
You never would've looked under the porch if you're bookmark hadn't been picked up by the wind.
Grunting, you set the yellow stained book beside you as you eye the direction the bookmark went. It was as you reached under the porch did you feel the cold metal, giving you goosebumps. Carefully, you pulled it out from under, hearing...
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Denisse Murillo (Mexico)() reviewed:

Why I do what I do.

PROMPT: Not Me

For being a short story it definitely engages the reader. I wanted to keep on reading and learn more about this mom's life and why she loves it so much. It really gets you into the story, I can picture...

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Dmoral13 (United States of America)() published:

You.

PROMPT: Talking to "You"  | GROUP: Flash Fiction

You're a god in mundane form, trapped by a mortal that envied your unbecoming ways. There was something about the way you carried yourself or spoke with such confidence that rubbed the mortal the wrong way. Perhaps it was the way you knew more than did or how you could write with more power than they ever imagined. Frankly, it must've been all of it. It's the fact you spoke to them so humbly that pushed them off the edge...

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themidnightone (Australia)() published:

Come Home

PROMPT: Beats and Pulses  | GROUP: Flash Fiction

Wind and waves
Sun and sand
What can I do
To hold your hand

With each breath you take
Each sound you make
Is bliss to hear
I wish you were near

I miss your laugh
I miss your eyes
I wish you would come
I wish you would stay

Life will bring joy
Life will bring a low
Life stays sad
Life stays slow

With you, life is full
When you are not here, life is hard
With you...

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AminahMcBina (United States of America)() reviewed:

Daydreaming

PROMPT: Not Me

I think this was super thoughtful and can be a great start to something even bigger! Well done!

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V-Rose (United States of America)() reviewed:

Rule #1

PROMPT: Talking to "You"

I positively loved this piece! It was incredible and your use of 2nd person POV was awesome! KEEP WRITING!!!!!!!!!!!! (Your 2nd person POV was great!)

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Denisse Murillo (Mexico)() published:

Daydreaming

PROMPT: Not Me  | GROUP: Flash Fiction

My wrinkled fingertips glide slowly over the photograph. I try to inhale every little detail of the treasure lying in my hands. I look at the happy 17 year old dancing with her friends in the picture, her shining smile gives me a thrill. Her radiant orange hair, so big, so unique. Wishing I could have that hair back I touch the thin gray hair that now falls to my shoulders. I close my eyes and do my very favorite...

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V-Rose (United States of America)() published:

A and Z (Revised)

PROMPT: Unlikely Friends  | GROUP: Flash Fiction

Fiery eyes stood in front of the class, driving the class into a frenzy. Strawberry locks framed those eyes and delicate eyebrows arched above the flames as if to avoid being burned. Her heels clicked across the floor and she gave a passionate explanation on why the students should be allowed to have their phones in class. She did not stutter, and she did not stumble. Her hands flew at the right moments and glided when the words fit the...

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