Flash fiction and such…

February has been a writing experiment. If you’ve been following this blog, you’ll know I’ve been trying my hand at flash fiction (500-1000 words).  So, if you are part of blog groups that share flash fiction or if you write some yourself or have anything to do with flash fiction at all, do give me a shout. I’d love to read your work and link mine as well.

Meanwhile, a cherita (which is also a storytelling form):

morning crossword

every face on the train
a clue

every story
expecting
an empty white square

30 thoughts on “Flash fiction and such…

  1. Word Search

    We are a crossword puzzle
    When I go down
    you go across
    but we meet at some point
    to make sense of each other
    Every word counts
    Every blank space
    is a mirror to see
    ourselves better

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  2. Any time I am in a crowd I’m reminded of the lead-in lines of an old TV show … “There are a million stories in rhe Naked City” ….

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    1. That is so interesting.. we are very used to crowds here, they are no longer a plural entity… just background…you learn to just pick out the individuals and relate to them ignoring all else!!! Thanks so much, Beverly.

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  3. A clever write. I guess we all have pages to fill and tend to fill little white squares of what we surmise of others, as we people watch.
    Anna :o]

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  4. Beautiful writing Rajani. I do have lots of 100 words flash fiction on my blog, I wrote these when I joined the Friday Fictioneers where we meet on Fridays to share our 100 words. Somehow I just fizzled myself out from there. 🙂

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