Five Sentence Fiction — Falling

In response to Lillie McFerrin Five Sentence Fiction Challenge.




It was just a simple little step. One simple little step that he missed. Suddenly Darth Vader was moving his lawn in his black cape and hood. Colorful Chinese streamers were flying through the air over his head. His neighbor was having a lawn party and he had the best seat in the house.


My entry for Lille McFerrin’s Five Sentence Fiction — Wheels


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Local historic  preservationists have tried, with little success, to recreate the  great battle. Today everything looks serene without  a hint of what horror took place on this spot. That cannon resulted in the lost of untold young boys whose mother never envisioned that their son’s would never return. Those wheels, now  in pristine condition once rolled over bodies, most dead, but  some alive. Today, where brothers sometimes  fought each other, young siblings frolic today.

Five Sentence Fiction — The Fitz

Written for Lillie McFerrin Writes Five Sentence Fiction Prompt.



“The anchor is from the “Fitz”, right dad?”

“Yes, they almost made it to Whitefish Point.”

“It was a bad November, but the “Anderson” made it through.”

“They say she never gives up her dead.”

“At least we remember them with the ringing of Twenty Nine Bells every year.”




Five Sentence Fiction: Doors

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Photo Credit: Danny James

 A great wall with a very large red front door confronted them.

Even a few yards away they could feel the cold draft drawing them forward.

The door slowly open as if opened for the first time in hundreds of years.

A strange robed figure came toward them in greeting.

He held out his hand: “$10 in advance in my palm, $12.50 at the door.”

Five Sentence Fiction: A Day at the Beach

My contribution to Lille McFerrin’s Five Sentence Fiction Prompt.



Forgotten book, sunglasses, take a little dip.

Wash away the night.

Guzzle gin, commit a little sin.

It’s good for the soul.

Oh it gets so damn lonely when you’re on the beach alone.

Night Sky Moon


Double blue moons reflected light from the Sun

historical collision occurred and then their was one

landscapes form our current Moon are by design

the universe benefits from our earthshine

at your apogee we see our great galaxy

These five sentences are in response to Lillie McFerrin Five Sentence Fiction: Moon.


Lillie McFerrin hosts the weekly Five Sentence Fiction Challenge. The challenge this week is the word “Pieces”.

What it’s all about: Five Sentence Fiction is about packing a powerful punch in a tiny fist. Each week she will post a one word inspiration, than anyone wishing to participate will write a five sentence story based on the prompt word.


The picture shows a beaming couple being married under a Gazebo with the Pacific Ocean in the background.

The groom looks at his bride and sees a beauty that absolutely radiates from within her.

She looks at her groom and thinks how lucky they are and how wonderful the future will be for them together.



NaBloPoMo #22

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