Posts Tagged: fantasy

eco-friendly fangs

The vampire next door spends a lot of time composting after dinner, and I just smile and nod when I’m taking out the garbage. — fiction | Tommy Tung — — photography | Pexels — Let’s stay connected on Facebook

eco-friendly fangs

The vampire next door spends a lot of time composting after dinner, and I just smile and nod when I’m taking out the garbage. — fiction | Tommy Tung — — photography | Pexels — Let’s stay connected on Facebook

tell me how you really feel

I just blew up in my mouth a little,” said the disgusted dragon. — fiction | Tommy Tung — — photograph | Pixabay — Let’s stay connected on Facebook Twitter Instagram

tell me how you really feel

I just blew up in my mouth a little,” said the disgusted dragon. — fiction | Tommy Tung — — photograph | Pixabay — Let’s stay connected on Facebook Twitter Instagram

dragon my name through the mud

What I’ve learned from working with dragons is they don’t go outside for smoke breaks. They light up wherever they damn please. — fiction | Tommy Tung — — image | Pixabay.com — Let’s stay connected on Facebook Twitter Instagram

dragon my name through the mud

What I’ve learned from working with dragons is they don’t go outside for smoke breaks. They light up wherever they damn please. — fiction | Tommy Tung — — image | Pixabay.com — Let’s stay connected on Facebook Twitter Instagram

auto know by now

Vampires unfriend me when learning about my sunroof, while werewolves keep opening it during the full moon. — flash fiction | Tommy Tung — — photography | Pexels.com —

auto know by now

Vampires unfriend me when learning about my sunroof, while werewolves keep opening it during the full moon. — flash fiction | Tommy Tung — — photography | Pexels.com —

Jack and the giant job market

The year is 2015. Jack cannot grow a beanstalk because of the drought in California. Jack cannot take care of a cow for the same reason. But to survive, Jack can build furniture for gigantic clients, because Jack is a

Jack and the giant job market

The year is 2015. Jack cannot grow a beanstalk because of the drought in California. Jack cannot take care of a cow for the same reason. But to survive, Jack can build furniture for gigantic clients, because Jack is a

naturally

At her funeral, she still had the burn marks when the dragon had laughed in her face. They blamed the creature, of course, and removed his head with many men and many axes. In private, I mourned the dragon, for

naturally

At her funeral, she still had the burn marks when the dragon had laughed in her face. They blamed the creature, of course, and removed his head with many men and many axes. In private, I mourned the dragon, for