Catching Rockets – Micro Fiction

The rocked prepared to launch. It slid into place on the launch panel and on the yellow control panel, a key was turned in the slot. The red button began to blink rapidly, prepared to launch. The patient crowed tittered in excitment and inticipation. 10… 9… 8… 7… 6… 5… 4… 3… 2… 1… Launch.…… Continue reading Catching Rockets – Micro Fiction

Abandoned Questions – Micro Fiction

In a small little town, in an even smaller neighborhood, there sits a forlorn little house that hasn’t been lived in for some years. Old clothes hung on the line or used to. They had blown off, been stolen by children or dogs. Inside there is a thick layer of dust and dirt on everything…… Continue reading Abandoned Questions – Micro Fiction

When we Write – Micro Fiction

The clock on the wall pounds a steady beat. Tick tock, tick tock. The clock strikes 12. All is silent, all is still. Sane people are abed at this hour, but not the lonely figure at the desk, or in the bed. They sit and wait for the depths of sleep to come. But it…… Continue reading When we Write – Micro Fiction