The Balcony Seen started life as an exercise at Swanwick Writers' Summer School this year. Leaving Home and Dignity and Injustice are new to me in that they share a common character. But these stories remind me of one of the reasons I really love flash fiction. They all vary in mood and it is easy to switch from one mood to another and back again.
I also think really short stories can carry the most impact at times. Yes, there are exceptions (the sadness of Hamlet goes beyond saying) but I generally find the shorter the story the more powerful the reaction. I suppose part of the reason for that is there is no room to dilute that impact with sub-plots etc. In a novel, you would need those sub-plots to give a proper ebb and flow to the overall story and avoid having a monotone. No need to worry about that for flash fiction!
Anyway, hope you enjoy these.