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Her mind wandered (word prompts)

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

12. Deprived of coffee, her mind wandered.

13. She found treasure in everyday places.

14. Once famous, she was still legendary.

15. The underground artists disappeared almost overnight.

16. Hidden talents were discovered while jamming.

17. Leprechauns know there is no gold.

18. I wish it would finally begin.

[March prompts: up and away, found treasure, legendary creature, underground, discovered, leprechauns, I wish…]

Wonderland (word prompts)

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

5. Nonsense, my dear. This is Wonderland.

6. The trouble was he was trouble.

7. It wasn’t luck; it was design.

8. Her dreams began to rearrange reality.

9. The adventurer’s stories sounded vaguely familiar.

10. She was colourful. He was colourblind.

11. Consider all angles. Go full circle.

[March prompts: wonderland, trouble maker, lucky charm, the dream, adventurer, full colour, new angle.]

Beautiful (word prompts)

The following six-word stories were prompted by the Page Flutter Six-Word Story Challenge. I’m starting to catch up and am now working through the March prompts.

26. “You are beautiful.” “Thank you, Mum.”

27. His defeat tasted more like victory.

28. Working together, they proved everybody wrong.

1. Over the rainbow, there be unicorns.

2. Someday? I vote we start today.

3. Melting wax? He’d gone too far!

4. She was the planetarium’s brightest star.

[February/March prompts: the compliment, savoured, together, over the rainbow, someday…, far away, starscape.]

No expert (word prompts)

The following six-word stories were prompted by the Page Flutter Six-Word Story Challenge. I’m also posting a few of my favourites over on Instagram.

19. He could always make her laugh.

20. Memories, like clouds, are constantly changing.

21. Money can’t buy me love, no.

22. One kind word changed their minds.

23. What good have I done today?

24. Time — given, borrowed, taken — never enough.

25. My inner critic is no expert.

[February prompts: the healer, memories, priceless treasure, stranger’s kindness, daily ritual, time given, self-love.]

Regifting (word prompts)

The following six-word stories were prompted by the Page Flutter Six-Word Story Challenge. I’m also posting a few of my favourites over on Instagram.

12. I keep finding small reminders everywhere.

13. The jar looked empty. It wasn’t.

14. Selflessly, reluctantly, eventually she let go.

15. Family ties navigate distances. Skype helps.

16. Birdsong: one of nature’s sweetest gifts.

17. Bilocation would be a useful skill.

18. I am definitely not regifting this.

[February prompts: small reminders, full jar, selfless act, family ties, nature’s gifts, useful skill, spiritual gifts.]