That's the Fandango's Flash Fiction Challenge moniker. Slipping Away Regrets, I've had not many, or too many, but time has slipped its leash and the end is nigh. How do I know? Look at that thing, just look at it. Last night, it was hope, today it is certainty. Time is up, time is gone, … Continue reading FFFC

(PAD #046) not fly (the eagle)

… Words are beyond my reach … why are humans so cruel?

Frank Prem Poetry

they have killed
the eagles

cannot fly

where there should be
simple majesty

the ground
is a feather
and a bone

no more
the eagle

no more kite

no more the freedom
can not


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Night Driver

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