Monday Night Six Word Story 4.19.21

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Are you familiar with the six word story? If it is new to you, it’s exactly what it sounds like. A beginning, middle, and end of a story in exactly six words, not counting a title if you choose to use one. They are tricky and I often find myself struggling with them. Which words capture a story and help the reader imagine a lifetime, a struggle, an adventure?

I would love to read your six word story/ies. You can post one or a bunch in the comments, or post on your own blog and link back to this post. Then post a link to your six word story in the comments.

To start things off, here’s miy six word story for Monday, April 19th:

The dream, the work, the win.

14 thoughts on “Monday Night Six Word Story 4.19.21

      1. I would recommend checking out my collections of haiku. My poetry forms and literary genre all borrow from the haiku. So, here you go. 😉

        Speaking of which, we are looking for more six word stories for one of our anthologies. You should check us out. We charge a submission fee but are a paying market. All info is on my blog, if you are interested. 🙂

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