Weekly Six XVIII – SIX WORD STORIES

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IT’S WEDNESDAY! (that isn’t a realisation. I am aware of days of the week and time passing) Which can mean only one thing. Well, loads actually, but let’s pretend this is what you’ve been waiting for. The weeks edition of six word stories has arrived.

Ironic. Extreme hoarder. He collected cleaners.

I swam with sharks. Floor 97.

Bank job thwarted. Fell for teller.

In the crowd, I walked alone.

Childhood neglect, created a lifelong boy.

We laundered souls. Some never clean.

She couldn’t be edited; lifelong screening.

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26 thoughts on “Weekly Six XVIII – SIX WORD STORIES

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  2. This may be one of your best collections! (Or at least until next week :p) I love the bank teller one. There’s a comedic romance there waiting to happen.

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  3. Love the ‘laundered souls’ and the ‘bank teller’. What a great exercise, to do this every week! Well done. 🙂

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  4. I really like these… and I always want to add one;

    Wet concrete hides a widow’s secret.

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  5. “Childhood neglect, created a lifelong boy.”
    wow…
    That one caught me

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    1. Thanks Nam, I liked coming up with that one.

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  6. The third one is my favourite. Sounds like it belongs in a noire cop drama. Nice work ☺

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  7. Graduation over. Start a new life!

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  8. Very thought provoking ones this time Lion!
    Walking alone in the crowd, most painful thing to live through. The hoarder seems dangerous, so do those sharks on floor 97! 😉 Amazing, as always!

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    1. Kind words as always syeda, thank you (what is that in hindi?)

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      1. Thank you in Hindi= Dhanyawad ; Urdu = Shukriya. 😄😄

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      2. Glad to be of service! 😉

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  9. IN the crowd I walked alone sounds like the story of a haunting story.

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    1. You gave me the idea, I think one day I may try and finish them, expand them into a short story.

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      1. The contrast of this line would definitely be the str=art to an interesting story.

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  10. Dance in the rain. Why not?

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      1. I see what you did there.

        (Get it? :P)

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