Tag Archives: Death

November 29: Flash Fiction Challenge – Into the Dark

November 29, 2018, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story using the phrase “into the dark.” What must a character face? Write about an encounter, journey, relationship, or quest. Follow the ship’s lights on gloomy seas. … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver # 199 – Open or Shut? November 29th – Opening a Shut Door.

When Marie died the devastation of his loss was overwhelming. He’d been prepared, at least he thought he had been, but the moment of her passing left him bereft. He felt a massive emptiness descend on him and he welcomed … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Bone #writephoto – The Last of its Kind.

When the last of his kind died, he was left where he fell. At the time there wasn’t much thought given to his and his kinds demise. Good riddance some said. Others thought it a shame he and his kind … Continue reading

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Three Things Challenge, 27 Sept 2018

Today’s things are: death, humor, stupid Our school term was coming to an end, and Miss Teresa had announced she was leaving. There was a stunned silence around the room when she said those words. It felt like we were experiencing … Continue reading

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TELL ME A TALE IN (EXACTLY) 120 WORDS

Today is August 3rd and thirty-five years ago today my mother passed away. I remember the day so clearly. Though it was more evening, as I was about to go out and play in a squash tournament. My sister rang … Continue reading

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Reena’s Exploration Challenge #Week 43 – In Death

When it all comes down to it, we don’t have a lot of say in what might be written about us or what might be inscribed on our tombstone, if we have one. I remember asking my dad if there … Continue reading

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First Line Friday: June 8th, 2018 – Their Final Voyage.

The video footage was grainy, but Taylor recognized them easily. It was Great Uncle Phil and Great Aunt Phyllis. It was taken the day they set out on their final adventure. They were young and adventurous, impetuous and very much spur … Continue reading

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