Posts Tagged: relationships
“I’m just never going to be real with you, even if I love you,” said the imitation crab. — flash fiction | Tommy Tung — — art | Kawahara Keiga — Let’s stay connected on Facebook Twitter Instagram
He would never feel the pain of craving coffee or the pleasure in finally having it. That was one reason why Lois left Clark. She also hated being under his constant supervision. — flash fiction & photography | Tommy Tung —
I had no face until she painted it, and for a while, this worked. Then October came and so did the rain. Without eyes, I couldn’t find my way back to her. Without a mouth, I couldn’t ask for help.
On the day Sphaira didn’t love me anymore, she said, “Delta, I don’t love you anymore” and she went towards the vanishing point. I walked after her but she kept shrinking and shrinking. I stopped at a diner, blackened my
She was taking laundry to the Laundromat and I asked, “Why are you taking laundry to the Laundromat?” and she said she wanted to see her socks somersault in the dryer, and I said I’d install a glass door in
I was given 10 question marks a day — that was all my parents could afford — so when I saw Stella one night at the ice cream shop, she thought I didn’t care because I didn’t ask her anything.
: “The day she married me, it rained sugar. The day she divorced me, it rained blood. The day I met your grandmother though, it didn’t rain at all,” the man said. : She blinked away a raindrop. The clouds
: “I’ve never told anyone these things,” she said. : “I know.” I nodded. : “How?” : “The way you said them.” : Our bodies did the talking later and afterward, she was nestled in my arms, swinging her breath
The Moon didn’t get my birthday card — I found out — so I took her around town, up the coast and down the coast, through the park and into the apricot tree I used to climb. She made no
She called me last night, sounding like she’d been running. “I can’t find my jellyfish,” she said. “Are you sure you’re not wearing it?” I asked. “Of course!” Then she quieted. “Oh, no, no, no, no, no….” “You took