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camlily (United States of America)() reviewed:

The new student

PROMPT: More than Birds

I loved reading this story! The suspense that you put into the plot was very interesting and it really kept me wanting to read more. Great job!!

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.amelia. (Singapore)() published:

The new student

PROMPT: More than Birds  | GROUP: Flash Fiction

Or so I heard, Melissa had strange vision.

She wore a pair of metal rimmed shades that went along with almost anything she wore. I liked them very much.

None of us found it fishy at first. We only suspected something when Melissa wore her sunglasses indoors, on a wintry December day.

She's blind. Billy exclaimed when Melissa first came to class. No dummy, I told him. Of course not. Neither of us caught where she transferred from.
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Yes, stop me now (United States of America)() published:

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ bby

PROMPT: 26 Sentences  | GROUP: Flash Fiction

A clank comes from the kitchen, all the way down the dark stairs.
"Bang!", I scramble down the staircase, getting my big toe caught in my pj pants, plummeting down the hardwood steps.
"Crash!", a panicked bark comes out.
"Dog?", I ask, figuring out what barks so high pitched and annoying.
"Everythng, alright in here?", I call into the dark, feeling around for the light.
"For real man, show yourself, I have a knife!", I call, feeling around for said...

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A Rose (United States of America)() published:

As Obviously Smitten as the ABCS

PROMPT: 26 Sentences  | GROUP: Flash Fiction

"Abielah Tkach?"
Boston wondered how that was spelled. 
"Clearly here," Abielah laughed. 
Dan looked to Boston, "she's cute.'
"Eh, I suppose."
For sure would've been a more honest response. 
Going through attendance, "Boston" was then called.
"Hiya, how are you?" Boston asked and Dan noticed he was trying to impress the girl, even if Boston didn't know that.
"I am good," the counselor said with a sigh. 
"Just grand," Boston went to his group. 
Kidding, he went up to Ablielah: "So...you're...

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AzaBrave (United States of America)() published:

Something Bigger than Him.

PROMPT: More than Birds  | GROUP: Flash Fiction

    The little crow flies alone.  We stare, seeing darkness and hate.  Seeing what we think we know; not what is there. 
    The crow is black; the signal of bad luck.  It screeches horrid noises, making us assume the worst.  However, if we looked a little harder, we might see the shining heart hidden by the dark feathers.  We might discover that his calls are not to torture, but to cry for help.
    Little crow was born into a...

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Gold_Rose (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)() published:

Pepper

PROMPT: Doorbells and Dogs  | GROUP: Flash Fiction

She smiles widely, her first date since the accident, sure she met the guy online but, he was decent enough. She rang his doorbell swiftly, smiling with excitement, it was time she moved on and continued with her life. He opens the door, the smell of pepper and other spices filling the air around her, he smiles and pulls her inside, embracing her with only a handshake, a bit formal but, not too strange. "I love your house," she says...

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Gold_Rose (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)() published:

Prophecy

PROMPT: Bite-Sized Fantasy  | GROUP: Flash Fiction

The bright light flashed before her eyes, blood dripping onto pale white flowers, the wind beginning to pick up. 
She gasps, she had seen the truth and it was her job to tell the rest of the village before it became a reality.  She never knew when she would have a prophecy, how it would come and when it would come true but, it always did and she was named the 'prophecer' of the village, she wasn't sure if it...

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YayaZ (United States of America)() reviewed:

Pain Before the Best

PROMPT: The World of Thought

I think that you did a good job of creating a piece in which there was no dialogue. However, I think that you could have added some more to the story to build it up. I think that somehow informing...

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YayaZ (United States of America)() reviewed:

Have We Been Forgotten?

PROMPT: More than Birds

Your story really got me thinking. I put a couple of highlights in the piece. The majority have to do with your comma usage. Commas are great tools, but you should be careful not to use them too much. When...

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YayaZ (United States of America)() reviewed:

Dreams.

PROMPT: Inner Monologue

I really like the formatting of "i scream." The spacing made it seem like it was a long-drawn-out scream, and it was a great way to break up the piece. You have a way with words. Thank you so much...

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