I learned that you are dead. Although words say you have passed, your cruel deeds committed by you to me as a child still lingered for decades. You might have softened and treated your own children better than you treated your foster children. I had a condition you judged as a plea for attention. Rather … Continue reading The Obituary
Opening the men's room door, his down feathers swayed with the slight change in air pressure. Dropping my trousers and taking a seat, "Hey" While Spinning his head away from me, he looks to see the fly that landed on his feathered back. With a quick shiver, shakes it off."Hey yourself, where you been, " … Continue reading The Attendant by Raymond Roy: #flashfiction #shortstory #humor #humour
Inspired by Sue Vincent's Thursday photo prompt #writephoto Left for Dead Body aching, covered in dirt, like I had died, was buried, dug back up then ran over me with a truck. Trying to get my bearings I look across the Idaho landscape, not a soul in site with the exception of a tractor pulling … Continue reading #writephoto Left for Dead By Raymond Roy: #writephoto Fiction
Whack,whack,Crraack! It was a game. Chestnuts on a knotted leather string. Placing your chestnut in a shallow hole, you took turns swinging one at the other, until one broke. With each victory, chestnuts became one year older. Ralphie smirked as my chestnut shattered like a banana fresh out of liquid nitrogen. Affectionately kissing his petrified … Continue reading World on a string by Raymond Roy: 100 word Friday Fictioneers.
"Si Señor Martin, everything is prepared for your great adventure en la mañana", "Gracias Arturo", "Buenos Noches and Good Night. " The Rio Secreto (Secret River) Adventures in the Yucatán peninsula. Spelunking on our honeymoon with my beautiful bride, Jenny. How could I be so lucky ? The rising Mexico Sun was like a red … Continue reading The River’s Secret by Raymond Roy #writephoto
Heat As the cabin door opened, like an infrared paranormal entity, the desert heat of Yuma, Arizona, infiltrated the fuselage, enveloping my Pacific Northwest born epidermis, and alleviating the tensions of a long plane ride. #tuesdayuseitinasentence Written for Stephanie at Word Adventure’s #tuesdayuseitinasentence Today the prompt word is HEAT. See how to join in and to read … Continue reading #tuesdayuseitinasentence :Heat
Full Disclosure "For the last time, I don't have your damned Green Lantern ring!!!" Word Count=14 Written for Sunday Flash Fiction 200 word challenge.
Shy Teachers words are echoes. I'm not daydreaming, just thinking of her. Her locker is three over. She says hi, my ears flush red and my throat goes dry. How can I get her number? If I had it, what would I say? If I had my license I would just drive over there! But … Continue reading Shy:100 Word Challenge
In honor of St. Patricks Day I thought I would share a few limericks I penned a few years back. Enjoy life where ever you are. April Showers There once was a man named Judd Who wore pants like he was expecting a flood After forty days of rain his pants had not one stain … Continue reading Limericks
The Drop Off Leaning against my car, it was warm from the long drive. Like always we had stopped for ice cream on the way. "Go long Boy"! I tossed him a Nerf football. Giggling, he missed It, tumbling head over heels. "Hit me son, I'm open". "Son, your moms here". "Give me a … Continue reading The Dropoff:100 Word Flash Fiction