Engulfed, sight was dimmed Heavy fog obfuscating Chilly murkiness ———- Thick like a pea soup Squinting, difficult to see Suspended droplets © Susan Zutautas 2020 This haiku was written for a challenge over at Fandango’s called #FFFC.
Category Archives: Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge
The Girl In The Window
The following poem was written in response to #FFFC#57. Looking out into the dark night Wanting to escape, knowing it was right Longing to see her family Perhaps she should cause a calamity If she left she’d be tracked If found she’d be attacked Brought here many years ago For reasons many didn’t want toContinue reading “The Girl In The Window”
The Old Post Office
This once busy post office now stood deserted and the building was for sale. I recall when mother worked here, said it was her favorite job other than taking care of dad and me. Truth be known it was her only job but that job put a roof over our heads and food on theContinue reading “The Old Post Office”
Flying With The Goose
This post was written for Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #16. Flying higher and higher into the clouds we’d go Feeling as free as a bird, a goose, not a crow We’d meet at midnight on the rooftop I’d climb on her back and we wouldn’t stop All night long we’d swoop, climb and soarContinue reading “Flying With The Goose”
What Happened Here?
A flash fiction story about a break-in.