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    New Publications on Flashes

    Flashes proudly presents a new publication:

    Memento by Ruth Asch

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    A few lines from her beautiful poem:


    "Mumís broken angel
    old-gold fragments on the floor:
    no longer relic
    but sacred waste[...]"

    Read the entire poem on FLASHES


    We encourage all of our members to submit work. Poetry, Fiction, Non-fiction, and Visual Arts. Please take the time to read the SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

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    "Abyss" by Neetu

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    She opens her hands,
    clenched for years
    in tight fists
    like a new-born,
    Read more on FLASHES

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    "Train Story" by TL Murphy

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    Train Story

    Frank canít wait any longer. He stands up and squirms past the woman with the kid without making eye contact. Which way to the can? Oh yea, up there, past the old fart taking tickets. Frank shuffles up the aisle and shoulders past the conductor to the end of the car. Oh, thank God! Nobody in there.

    He steps into the washroom. Itís tight and the train sways a little as it picks up speed. Frank reaches into the pocket of his leather jacket and pulls out a crumpled bag of white powder. He pours a tight pile onto the stainless countertop as he flexes his legs with the movement of the train. He pulls a painterís razor out of the bag and slides the plastic guard off the sharp edge and begins to chop at the pile of powder and pushes it into a thin line. He tucks the razor away and slips a straw from his side pocket and bends over the powder.

    Read the entire story on Flashes

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    Did I post my comment in the wrong box? Iím sorry! My eyes are getting worse.
    When there's nothing left to say, say nothing at all.

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    Thanks for publishing my poem, Darren. Hope I got the comment in the right place this time.
    When there's nothing left to say, say nothing at all.

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    Another beautiful poem by Ruth Asch

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    Urban Astrology.

    A few lines from the poem:

    "Watching long, clouded hours,
    no stars to give desire or destinyÖ
    I gaze from storied windows
    over the townscapeís Zodiac, and see..."

    Read the entire poem >> On Flashes <<

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    This week Flashes publishes the winner of the Valentine's Micropoetry Challenge:

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    Roses are dead
    by Arthur Vaso


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