"Restart!" Five minutes later. "Restart!" "Again?" "Yes, again! Are you dumb too, now?" "No, sorry," she whispered. "Let's add spineless to the list, Shall we?"
"Hit it! Hit it! Hit it! Till you all can feel it," Dwarfingam sang. "Hit it! Hit it! Hit it! Till we all can feel it," chorused his dwarfs. "Hit it! Hit it! Hit it! Till you all can-" Dwarfingam turn towards his, "Hey there! You little sneaky snakes. How the hell did you all find … Continue reading Dwarfingam, the last
"Seriously? All of it? In one person?" he chuckled. "You said you won't judge!" she warned him.
"I'm... Not...supposed to... Be.... Hereeeeee," cornflower sobbed uncontrollably.
"You know, you would look more casual if you drop that t-shirt which says 'casual' in big red letters," I pointed his chest.
She held my arms tighter, her fingers screamed fear rather affection. She always feared churches, too much for an atheist. Though it never disturbed me, only the sight before my eyes. I threw a stone, few feet to my left, before deciding my next move, before they stabbed him. To my horror, two of them … Continue reading [Flash Fiction] The abandoned church