Inspired by Life (2013) Season 2 Episode 21 and the tragedies of Orlando, FL in 2016 and Aurora, CO in 2012. This is a work of fiction.
Flash Fiction Day 2016
Part 2: One plus one equals 1
The professor strides to the front of the room as the class volume lowers to a low hum. He scribbles “Professor Halmen” on the white board before turning to address the students.
“Good morning, class. As you can see, my name is Professor Halmen. In case you stumbled into the wrong classroom, this is GSNI 101 – Introduction to Culture and Diversity…”
Three students pack up their laptops and slink out the door. Professor Halmen watches them go, eyebrow raised.
“Yep, always a few of them every year… Now that we’ve gotten that out the way, the core concept for today is-”
Turning to the white board, Professor Halmen picks a blue marker and writes:
ONE + ONE = ONE.
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Inspired by “Hotline Bling” ~ by Drake. And reality.
Flash Fiction Day 2016
Proxied Knight: Helping or Enabling?
How can I save you when you won’t save yourself?
Will I just become another one of your knights?
Doomed to destroy myself in futility?
Will I just become another one of your victims?
Dead by proxy of you?
“I’m here to rescue youuuuuu.”
The ringtone blares. He knows that tune.
Staring at the nightstand, Dante watches as the vibration of the incoming call steers the cell phone closer and closer to the edge.
It only rings for them.
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Flash Fiction Day, June 22, 2016
Inspired by… fucked up relationships.
Scapegoats – Bad Approach
You’re right. It’s my fault.
It’s my fault that you’re there and I’m here.
Got it right for once.
Cuz it wasn’t my fault you snorted that shit on Friday. Wasn’t my fault your job was drug testing on Monday. Wasn’t my fault you were fired by Wednesday.
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Written as part of Flash Fiction Day 2016 hosted by Damon L. Wakes on June 22nd.
Inspired by “Whatever you like” ~ by T.I. while doing my laundry.
Part 1: One plus one equals 2
Because you don’t like me the way I love you.
He gave her a hickey, and as it faded so did their love.
The first three hours were post-coital bliss; mostly spent cuddling and sleeping. By morning, they blearily eyed each other over the gulf of growing distance. A canyon between them, a classic divide over bowls of cold cereal at the kitchen island. Wendy stared menacingly at his discarded sock sitting in the corner behind her potted plant and wondered if he’d remember to take it with him. Otherwise it would join her growing single-sock collection from past dates.
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Flash Fiction Submission – joining Damon L. Wakes challenge, thanks for posting about it, Sonya (her blog is Only 100 words).
Written at 2pm local time. Inspired by Peaky Blinders (2013).
Bulletin – Bullet In
Home for a bullet. When he put the gun to my head, I thought that at last, the bullet would come home.
There’s always been a home for it …there. Just a matter of time. I’d always thought it was only a matter of time before it came home.
I couldn’t stop smiling. Either way, I wouldn’t stop smiling.
I’d die with a smile on my face.
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