Six on the Sixth

This little post is written for Adam Ickes Six on the Sixth Challenge.

The idea is to write anywhere from one to ten six word stories.

The following random words are this month’s prompts:

 

Wrong
Cap
Splendid
Cantankerous
Torn
Unfurl

 

Cap

The ring was the final touch.

Splendid

The bridal suite had been reserved.

Cantankerous

Finally her father had given permission

Torn

It was either Sue or her.

Unfurl

The red carpet was almost ready

Wrong

He knew she would say yes!

Six On The Sixth: March 2015

Written for Adam Ickes’s Six on the Sixth Challenge.

The idea is to write anywhere from one to ten six word stories using the following words.

Jump

Laugh

Caveman

Crank

Filter

Clue

Love Affair (Jump)

 “It’s only six feet down.”

 Car Trouble (Laugh)

” You can’t  fix a flat?”

Coal Miner (Caveman)

The sunlight was beautiful upon exiting.

Ford Model T (Crank)

“Just one more turn Uncle Henry.”

Virus (Filter)

The Geek Squad is coming over.

Divorce (Clue)

“I’m going over to mothers.”

Six on the Sixth — Broken Eggs

This post is in response to Adam Ickes’s Six on the Sixth prompt.

 

It’s time for some six word stories! The idea is to write anywhere from one to ten six word stories on the following prompts:

The six word story prompts are:

Motor

Tree

Eggs

Water

Laughter

Yellow

broken egg
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Laughter came from the speeding car.

Across the yellow line they flew.

They missed that very old tree.

But then the water loomed ahead.

Their skulls were crushed like eggs.

But the motor continued to run.

Six On The Sixth — A Bloodly Little War

This post is in response to Adam Ickes Six on The Sixth challenge.

bloodlittlewar
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It was a silly little war. Involving one tiny piece of land. To be there was actually insane. Tolerance was found in a flask. But that brought out the rainbow. He hated most the color pink.

Six on the Sixth — April — Fire

This post is written in response to Adam Ickes challenge Six on the Sixth using the theme word “Fire”.

Fire
Fire

Flames

Slowly the flames crept toward her.

Smoke

The sight of smoke frighten her.

Burnt

She could smell the burnt flooring.

Yellow Coals

Yellow coals were smoking behind her.

Sirens

She heard the blare of sirens.

Hands 

Helping hands suddenly appeared from above.