Tag Archives: Pain

Five-Hundred Word Challenge 583: Trimester Nearly Over

It is the weekend and I am ready to work. Or, at least I’d like to believe that I’m ready to work. I need to think about whether I am or am not ready to work and I need to … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 526: Back to Earth

Looking out, looking over the perceived infinite distance and the racer goes off on their own adventure, toward the earth, hurtling as though they hadn’t ever moved before in their life and then suddenly were jolted into a form of … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 28: Suburban Days 3

And out through the entrance he exited and into the sun, the dry heat and the burning concrete. From outside the cool sarcophagus of a shopping centre he exited and into the world. The journey home would be tough. His … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 478: The Breeze was Pleasant

Doing it again. Doing it once more. However, there will be more after this. Of this I can assure you, but then again you probably already knew that that would be the case. In that case, I do not know … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 454: Following the River

There was a forest, once upon a time. There was also a river. You’d follow this river to wherever it would lead, for if you were lost and needed to get away from the forest and out into the open, … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 433: Racing Both Time and Cake

What a day. When I say that, I mean that it was indeed a day, and a day it was, and now I am here getting that across to you, the reader, who just so also happens to be the … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 25: Suburban Days 2

Eventually, whilst the pain of walking in a harsh, dry sun was unbearable, The Resident managed to struggle onward with less and less stopping. There were things that needed to be done. There were responsibilities that needed to be carried … Continue reading

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