Invisible -100Words

Invisible What am I? I’m the third person in any couple. There’s another of me, they say four’s a crowd. I am the one that never speaks to the other, What I want to say remains unsaid Even though many words are spoken. But the absence of my words, and theirs Screams above demanding attention, […]

Exposed (100 Word Story)

The lizard king lounged on his throne, the gargantuan structure hewn from stone and gilt in bronze, danced over by the shamans as it was smelting, so to be wrought with arcane and mystic properties. From the height of his temple abode, he surveyed his illustrious domain. His head lolling this way and that, his […]

Acceptance (100 Word Story)

The night stretched, hours washed thin started to re-solidify and form up again. Dan felt his drunkenness ebb, leaving the shore of his soul feel bare and exposed, so he decided to chase the retreating tide. He squinted his eyes to read the glowing face of his watch and raced the calculations through his mind, […]

Minimal (100 Word Story)

Through cluttered alleys, passing brick apartments belching ghostly deluges of steam high above, Dan staggered towards home, hands locked into coat pockets. With inebriation overcoming civil sensibility he began venting grievances that were burning inside. “frigid BITCH” he squalled painfully as he brought a scuffed boot violently to a discarded box among the litter. “A […]

Luck (100 Word Story)

The foreman had received his instructions, and when Michael departed for his stretch, he had been left with a bulging pay packet which far exceeded the expected salary. “Make sure the men are looked after, there’s a little extra fer yersel’” Mr Collins said with a sly wink, patting him on the shoulder with warm […]

Massive (100 Word Story)

The docks were crowded, rough looking men in dirty overalls hauled boxes onto awaiting trucks, black smoke guttered from their exhaust pipes, making the men cough and spit. Michael’s sleek black car pulled up by the road. His driver leant against the bonnet, striking a match to light his cigarette, remaining watchful as Michael strolled […]


With an air of indefatigable command, Mr. Collins strode into the office without announcing himself to the receptionist, who knew better than to call him back. “Is it sorted?” he asked, bursting through the backroom door. His solicitor looked up from behind his desk with fearful surprise “Michael…” he stammered. “Is it sorted?” Michael repeated […]