Tag Archives: Flash Fiction

“Age”

I sniff the air and smell the smells of men. The young reek of life hard lived Midlifers pong of life lived hard The old no longer smell. (Based on Faye Flam’s article, “Theory on age-linked odor passes sniff test–sort … Continue reading

Posted in Flash Fiction, Short Fiction | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

“Rights”

Thousands gather in Tahrir Square Fifty of them female. Heads covered and heads bare The women meet so they can rail. “Stop harassment. We want our rights.” Their shouts are loud and true. Hordes of bullies start their fights And persecution … Continue reading

Posted in Flash Fiction, Poetry, Short Fiction | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments