200-word · Flash Fiction · Purposeful Practitioneers

Old Crow

Kika and his brother Hakan were walking through the woods in search of blueberries for Grandmother’s pie. Across the stream, Hakan noticed a bush ripe with berries. “There are enough berries for two pies on that bush,” said Hakan, stepping into the stream. In the tree above sat Old Crow, cawing “Danger, Danger.” Hearing the… Continue reading Old Crow

200-word · Photo Prompts · Short Stories · Sunday Photo Fiction · Writing Prompts

Sunday Photo Fiction: Weedy Road

Every small town has a horror story. Ours was the house at the end of Weedy Road. Unsolved murders lend themselves to folklore and for us, the killer evolved into a gruesome figure; almost reptilian. It became a teenage rite of passage to visit the road on a moonless night, and so we went; me,… Continue reading Sunday Photo Fiction: Weedy Road