HER TODAY by Kelvin M. Knight She could do this. Today she wouldn’t recoil from the cannula’s bite. Today she wouldn’t fear that drip drip dripping, drowning her, changing everything. Today her watchword was welcome. Welcome the medication. Welcome this boredom. Welcome that pain and energy drain. Closing her eyes, she saw her brain … Continue reading Her Today
PHOTO © Björn Rudberg WHICH HAT? by Kelvin M. Knight There was something about this moment. Those families braving this freezing weather, together, filled him with… ‘Warmth?’ Sighing, he could think their togetherness wouldn’t last, that tomorrow they would return to the normality of separate lives, that there would only be foolhardy dog walkers braving … Continue reading Which Hat?
Together by Kelvin M. Knight There was something about the lake that intrigued us. Gone were those usual mountains of whiteness, replaced by lights more beautiful than the aurora borealis. These multicoloured lights weren’t reflected by the water, somehow they were in the water. As darkness deepened, these lights turned the lake opaque, made it … Continue reading Together
Dear Blog Readers and Blog Commenters This flash fiction story is not inspired by the #FridayFictioneers photo prompt, or the #WhatPegmanSaw Google maps prompt. This is just a story, from my imagination. I hope you enjoy. Writerly, readerly and commenterly (totally a word!) best wishes Kelvin THE NEW FUSEBOX by Kelvin M. Knight The lights … Continue reading The New Fusebox
Somebody commented yesterday how nice it was to find out a little bit about me on my Saint Bees Man post, that they enjoyed reading about the inspiration for my flash fiction story. Maybe I should blog about this? Maybe I do not want to chase any of my valued readers away, those following me … Continue reading Finding Joyfulness
Something a little different this afternoon / nearly evening. Having had a good shuffle through my beermats and cigarette packs... sorry, that was yesterday's story... having had a good shuffle through my electronic picture albums, and not finding anything that matched my mood (and had that vital church-related) theme, I looked up in despair, and … Continue reading Saint Bees Man
This one hundred word flash fiction story of mine has been inspired by my reading and enjoyment of the flash fiction stories posted on The Drabble. LISTENING, LISTENING by Kelvin M. Knight You stand there biting your tongue while his tongue whips his mouth. You stand there clasping the hymnbook behind your back while his … Continue reading Listening, Listening