Flash Fiction

In Plain Sight (Sunday Photo Fiction)

Sweat trickled down her back despite her breath being visible in the early evening light. It was a miracle she'd got this far. She stopped for a moment, to adjust her grip, then staggered on, pushing with all her strength. The last fight had been the worst. His cruel words finding their way to the… Continue reading In Plain Sight (Sunday Photo Fiction)

Flash Fiction

STATUS: Vulnerable (Sunday Photo Fiction)

Her green eyes close and sleep follows. Her favourite time of day, or rather night. At night she escapes her diagnosis, her ageing bones and the tang of disinfectant that pervades this 'home'. At night she prowls the rocky terrain of her mind and inhabits it wholly. She likes to sleep more now. In sleep… Continue reading STATUS: Vulnerable (Sunday Photo Fiction)

Flash Fiction

Sunday Photo Fiction: A Lucky One

She had to keep walking if only to find some solace for her naked feet. The ice underfoot was biting at her toes. My shoes. Where are my shoes? Innocent words she’d thought and spoken so many times in her lifetime. Would she ever be able to utter them again without these haunting memories? She… Continue reading Sunday Photo Fiction: A Lucky One

Flash Fiction

Sunday Photo Fiction: A Silent Witness

I round the corner fast, head down, legs pumping furiously, my mind on the repetitive turn of the pedals. I know I'm making good time even without checking my watch, because I know the routine of this place. I see the sign hasn't yet been put out on the pavement at Pirelli's as I speed… Continue reading Sunday Photo Fiction: A Silent Witness