It took one word to make his skin crawl. The second word and his penis began shrinking. A third word fell from her lips, and he wondered how many words were in this spell.

(#BraveWrite, Prompt: One, 172 characters)


“Well look at that,” remarked Crow. “The human’s home early.”

“Impressive,” replied Lucy. “I thought it’d take him longer to dig his way out of his grave.”

(#BraveWrite, Prompt: Home, 154 characters)


“You’re not angry with me because I stole your Gary Barlow CD?” sighed Sparra.

“That’s not it,” growled Crow. “An echt apology wouldn’t hurt though.”

“Whatever I said, whatever I did, I didn’t mean it,” cried Sparra.

(#BraveWrite, Prompt: Echt, 214 characters)


Reality Kicking

As the needle pierced her skin for the twenty-third time, reality began kicking in. A tug on the thread pulled them closer together, and Amy regretted telling Lucy she’d never leave her side.

(#BraveWrite & #VSS365, Prompts: Reality & Kicking, 192 characters)


“Never mind the chicken,” laughed Sparra, “why’s Adele crossing the road?”

“Obviously,” replied Crow, “to say hello from the other side.”

(#VSS365 & #BraveWrite, Prompts: Chicken & Laughter, 136 characters) #SorryNotSorry


“Misery is hearing your chicklet tooting her whistle, all hours of the day,” grumbled Sparra. “I was patient, but in the end, I gave her one last chance to stop playing with it inside the nest. She blew it.”

(#BraveWrite, Prompt: Misery, 206 characters)


They peered out of the International Space Stations windows, looking for changes below. The last human-made light they could see, near Cape Finisterre, blinked out. It was not the change they were looking for.

(#VSS365, #MicroPrompt, #BraveWrite, Prompts: Finisterre, Change, Was, 206 characters)