Jeremiah, Dad’s Dead – Short Story

Warning this work is unedited.

It wasn’t the belly flop or exasperated cry that followed it that alerted me that something was wrong, although in hind’s sight according to Jeremiah I should’ve know that meant something was wrong.

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Don’t Pretend With Me – Flash Fiction

Based on a prompt set by @dialogue-prompts on tumblr:

“I’m fine.”

“I know you’re not, you don’t have to-”

“I’m fine! Ok!? Can you just leave it please!?”

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Pathetic Mortals – Flash Fiction

warning: this is work unedited.

Earth wasn’t anything like she expected. It was small, crowded, and so, so dirty.  Trying to fit 7 billion people into an area smaller than her father’s kingdom, ridiculous. She exchanged a disgusted glance with her boyfriend, Adonis, as another one of the horrendously slow four wheeled vehicle humans were so proud of passed by them, spraying them with toxic levels of heavens-knows-what.

“I told you this was a bad idea, Adonis.”

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Please, Don’t Leave Me

A short story based on an angst prompt list by @writers-among-stars on tumblr :

1. “Please, just let me help you.”

2. “I don’t need you. I don’t need any of you!”

3. “I had to do it. Before I destroyed something else.”

9. “Stay with me okay? Stay awake!”

10. “Please- don’t leave me.”

13. “Everyone forgets about me. I’m used to it.”

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