Rain – A Five Sentence Fiction

We laughed at the people scattering, as rain, began to fall as if the rain was the poison to their day. To us, it was an elixir, a potion that made us stronger. We danced, skipping through the empty park, with nothing but our love as a companion. Giddy moments, thatRead More…

Illusion – A Flash Fiction

No matter how many times I have tried to explain, you don’t hear me. You only see the reflection of who you think I am, a far cry from the true me, my essence. Even when you speak about me to others, it is hard for me to hear, theRead More…

The Office – A Flash Fiction

The Office Closing the door behind her, she took a deep breath. The irritation of the last few hours had no place here, in her sanctuary, that was reserved for the pleasure of words, and the creation of stories. In this room, nothing mattered, but the dance of her fingersRead More…

Restriction – A Haiku

Restriction the walls of a box confined in societies norm, are a prison Copyright Claudia H. Blanton 2014 This post is inspired by the Daily Prompt “Envelope Pushers”. I live this thought to the fullest, not falling into any norm – not on purpose, as a rebellion, but because IRead More…

Trip Of A Lifetime – A Five Sentence Flash

“I don’t think I have ever been so sick in my life!” “But it was worth it, wasn’t it?” “Tons bugs, hugs spiders, and snakes, and that was just around the hotel room, so what do you think?” “I would have love to have gone in your place, this tripRead More…