Weekly Six XLIX – Six Word Stories

 

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     ONCE AGAIN it’s time for some flash fiction. For the uninitiated Ernest Hemingway is attributed with popularising the format of six word stories and there’s something ever so slightly addictive about creating them, this batch being the 49th edition. They seem more suited to our rapid consumption society than ever before. I hope you enjoy this lot as much as I did thinking of them:

Telepathy in DSM-VIII. Prescriptions for that.

MENSA revoked membership after the accident.

Moon: £69,999 return. One way: free.

Hunter hesitated. Purest eyes looked back.

‘Waiter – my souls cold’. ‘More philosophy?’

Imagination only. No words describe her.

8 thoughts on “Weekly Six XLIX – Six Word Stories

  1. The one with the hunter is powerful.
    Clever one about the waiter… he better get a good tip! 😉

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    1. Glad you liked that.
      You better believe it lol

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  2. Yes, more philosophy please! Good stuff 🙂

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    1. Haha, coming right up, sir.
      Cheers 👍

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  3. I like the one about the moon. 🙂

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