Monday Night Six Word Story 12.6.21

Welcome to tonight’s six word story!

Here’s how it works: Post your six word story in the comments below or post a six word story on your own blog and share a link to your six word story post in the comments.

Are you new to the six word story? If so, no worries. 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. Which six words capture a story and help the reader imagine a lifetime, a struggle, an adventure, a triumph, a laugh?

What six word story will you share? If you are unsure about your writing skills, that’s okay. Give it a try anyway. This is a safe space to try something new. Let’s see what you’ve got!

Here’s tonight’s six word story:

Intention slips away with the wind.

Field of grain in wind with cloudy skies
Photo by Raine Nectar on Pexels.com

3 thoughts on “Monday Night Six Word Story 12.6.21

  1. So true. Here is my take on your story:
    ‘Cinnamon swirls beat resolutions any time.’
    Or:
    ‘Good intentions crumble under cinnamon swirls’.
    I guess, you have a fair idea of my weak spot. I’m such a shallow creature…

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