Category Archives: Short Stories

House

On the end of the row it’s now dilapidated and has been abandoned for the longest time. The windows are covered with dust, trapped by derelict cobwebs. The house’s interior is destitute with furniture strewn across the floors and a … Continue reading

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Short Shorts (Random Sentences)

The green polar bear and the purple rhinoceros played scrabble while the multi-coloured cats re-enacted the battle of the Alamo. It hurtled through the void of space, the gingerbread man riding the rocket powered mongoose. It started off as a … Continue reading

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Friday Night

It starts every friday night. It emerges from the dusty side streets, rising and fading, dancing between the waves of night tide particles, prefect music from a concealed faraway deep within the villages side streets and alley ways, basements and … Continue reading

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Village (First Person)

Journal Entry While the following is true, I still struggle to come to terms with it. Did my eyes really witness such a sight? Riding across the great plain, I realised I had misjudged the vastness of my journey. Supplies … Continue reading

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Thunder Bird

The world is a vapid waste land. Barren and lifeless, deserts cover much of its surface, devoid of vegetation and life. Volcano’s rage constantly spewing forth magma and noxious gases. The magma scars the landscape while the fumes poison the … Continue reading

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No.7

Its number 7’s job to inspect things. She gets the call, goes out and inspects what she has been assigned. Buildings, air con units and bathrooms are among the things assigned to her. It was a regular day for number … Continue reading

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The Horseman

He’s carrying something. He’s carrying it as he hurtles over the ground on his trusty stead. Galloping over the plain he’s heading for the hills. The rider can be seen in the lunar glow, racing towards the highlands were his … Continue reading

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A Book of Numbers

It was buried in the libraries archives. Hidden away until it was placed on shelves by mistake. An infinite book containing nothing but numbers. People kept checking the book out, and kept returning it due to the fact it made … Continue reading

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Infinite Freight Train

You are at the station, waiting for your train. The train is delayed by some time and you begin to-day dream. You are lost in the midst of your imagination and in this haze you lose track of time. By … Continue reading

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Sky Raft Wanderer

There is a fisherman who lives by a river. He lives in a small hut. His possessions number a small boat, a net, some clothes, some books and a wide-brimmed hat. He fishes for trout. The fisherman doesn’t catch a … Continue reading

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