In this paper, we study a flocking behavior that may or not appear for Cucker - Smale model with distributed time delays. For the short range communicated Cucker - Smale model, the flocking condition has strong restrictions on initial data. For this case, we mainly consider the non - flocking behavior. By establishing and appropriately estimating an inequality of the position variance such that the second order space moment is unbounded, we drive a sufficient condition for the non - existence of the asymptotic flocking when the time delays satisfy a suitable smallness assumption. Furthermore, we also provide a sufficient condition of asymptotic flocking. Finally, we present numerical simulations to validate the theoretical results.