Tag Archives: 6words

Edited painted highlights (2019 Annaversary post)

Another milestone and another slideshow… seven years on WordPress! This last year has been a whirl of six-word poems, experimental word art, black canvas paintings, and music. Lots of music. Not a bad year at all. In fact quite a good one : )

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The Collected Works

My Top Nine six-word stories ~ my favourites selected from a grand total of 134 word+art posts created last year for Instagram which, in turn, came from 365 stories created using the Page Flutter word prompts. For those who may be interested, I’ve gathered all of my word+art stories into a collection on Pinterest

What a fantastic and rewarding challenge this has been! And even though I won’t be carrying on with a daily writing challenge in 2019, I do plan to make good use of my six-word stories. But more about that in my next post : )

The punch line (word prompts)

These six-word stories were prompted by the Page Flutter Six-Word Story Challenge. I’m also posting some of my favourites on Instagram.

24. He saw the punch line coming.

25. The visitor’s much-anticipated arrival didn’t disappoint.

26. “Happy Boxing Day, pizza delivery guy!”

27. Some bygones simply refused to go.

28. Glory days, they’ll pass you by.

29. Enduring dreams demanded brave new plans.

30. A blank page needs only time.

[December prompts: pinnacle, the visitor, Boxing Day, bygones, past glory, new plans, blank page]

All I want for Christmas (word prompts)

A very happy Christmas and New Year to all : )

These six-word stories were prompted by the Page Flutter Six-Word Story Challenge. I’m also posting some of my favourites on Instagram.

17. They migrated to leave summer behind.  [Christmas without snow didn’t seem right]

18. Best Christmas romance: naughty and nice.

19. Grandma’s recipe smudged and became indigestible.

20. You’re all I want for Christmas.  [and I’m not just saying that]

21. Open your eyes, my sentimental friend.

22. Peace on Earth. Goodwill to all.

23. Whoever ordered the cookie-gram… Thank you! : )

[December prompts: snowy flight, Christmas romance, Grandma’s recipe, please, Santa, nostalgia, peace, cookie-gram]