Tag: Flash Fiction

Crossroads: A Short Story.

  By Brandon Jamil   “Chase your passion not your safety.” -Paulo Coelho Jameson arises out of bed and walks down the stairs into the living room. He turns the coffee maker on and waits for the coffee pot to fill. While Jameson awaits, he goes into the hall closet. Jameson notices all the boxes

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The Bride: A Short Story.

    Written By: Brandon Jamil   Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe. EVELYN walks into the bridal shop and is escorted to the fitting room; where her mother is waiting. Evelyn’s mother greets her with a half-hearted smile, and cold hug. Evelyn sighs walks towards the fitting room with her prelected gowns. Minutes later

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Catch 22: A Short Story.

  By: Brandon Jamil Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe. Sandra demanded that I immediately meet her for coffee, as she has important news to share. I Jump into my car, and ride down to the Welton Street Coffee house. I rush inside to greet Sandra. Sandra sitting next to the main window facing

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The Price of Freedom: A Short Story.

Brandon Jamil Don’t forget to like, share, subscribe.   Inspired by a true story. The Canadian Gay advocates arrive at my apartment and rush inside. “Kymani, we don’t have time, but we were able to clear your Canadian vista, and get your passport. We need to be at the airport in one hour, and I

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The Beggar: A Short Story.

  Written By: Brandon Jamil. Don’t forget to like, share, subscribe.   Dorian finished his relationship coaching session and decided that he would purchase all the latest books on how to get into a relationship, and how to date successfully. Dorian now gleeful that he can turn over a new leaf in his love life.

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Santiago’s Dark Closet: A Short Story.

By: Brandon Jamil Don’t forget to comment, like, share and subscribe.   After dinner Maria and I go to bed. I wait for her to fall asleep, and I begin pondering about Santiago. Slightly vexed about hiding my love for another man behind my wife’s back. It wasn’t supposed to happen this way. I would

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The Mystic: A Short Story.

By: Brandon Jamil Don’t forget to comment, like, share and subscribe. Sitting across from Amara as she shuffles the tarot cards. She glances at me and then returns her focus on the deck. Amara begins to lay the spread out. Pulling her hair back and began our session. “You have great power Greyson. Many passions

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