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BP: A Sense of Place: City Sidewalks

“City sidewalks, busy sidewalks…” was the most recent theme of the Haiku Foundation’s weekly column, A Sense of Place. These columns took poets back to their haiku roots by pairing a place with a particular sense. Like the previous venues … Continue reading

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Graphic Artists: A 99-word Flash Fiction

Graphic Artists Angela was going to the museum to see the new collection of graphic artists. That is, until she got stopped by the train. It was a good thing she wasn’t in a hurry because the train was barely … Continue reading

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Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction: Into the Dark

Snow Vacation On that first weekend in December, our family decided to spend a few days at our mountain cabin. We were excited to spend a last weekend away before winter. Flakes fell, becoming a blizzard, and soon we were … Continue reading

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BP–A Sense of Place: Hiking Trail

The Haiku Foundation has had a weekly column running for several months. It is moderated by K.J. Munro, a haiku poet from Canada. Called A Sense of Place, the column focuses upon haiku written about a particular place as seen … Continue reading

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Carrot Ranch: Crafting Scraps

November 15, 2018, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that uses scraps. It can be scraps of dried flowers, paper, metal, fabric, food — any kind of scraps you can think of. Then write a … Continue reading

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My Aunt Remembered: 99 Flash Fiction

The Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction blog has been having what they call a Rodeo with particular events. One of the events was writing an anonymous memoir of 99 words (no more, no less excluding the title) with the prompt of … Continue reading

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Carrot Ranch: Ninety-nine Word Flash Fiction

Dayton Peace Accord: World Affair Participants began to line up for the parade. For some nations, there were only one or two participants; other contingents had larger groups, but all were dressed in their various ethnic costumes. Voices grew louder … Continue reading

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