Borderline

At first, my brother was excited and on top of the world. He always knew best how to handle anything thrown at him. Except, he never finished any of the many projects he started and he barely slept. He didn’t need to, he said. Or it could be that he forgot to like he supposedly…

His Monday Morning

The alarm went off, and music filled the room. He was nudged sideways. The girlfriend turned him away from the lamp by the wardrobe. I heard him make some illegible sounds of gratitude. The rustling sounds of clothes racks and a quick kiss indicated that it was time for my morning walk. Morning dew and…

If you could see through its skin…

The web of the spider tingled. The spider had caught a woodlouse. It did not attempt to eat the bug, for its shell was unappetizing to the spider. Instead it sighed, rubbed its legs and stretched, preparing for the journey to new hunting grounds.

The Shadows – Flash Fiction

Flickers from the TV flashed across empty eyes of the man in the rocking chair. He had felt trapped in the overgrown room, until the day the flies finally settled down. He saw himself sitting there, nothing but a husk. It blurred before him, and he glided through the chair and found firm ground in…