Weekly Six XXXI – Six Word Stories

MORE STORY FOR your money/ time. Well, yeah, time. Some more six word stories, the 31st edition. I've seemingly stockpiled six word stories like a country might with nuclear warheads whether the war is cold or not. Enjoy: 50 shots. None dead. Toy won. No angels, no snowmen: nuclear winter. Evolution reversing without mirrors. Phoneshop queues.… Continue reading Weekly Six XXXI – Six Word Stories

Weekly Six XXIX – SIX WORD STORIES

  WELL FOLKS, this is the last weekly six for the forseeable future, but as soon as I get a chance to hop back online, I'll be at it once more on a regular basis. Enjoy: . Sent. Tracked. Delivered. Blackmail on time. Dinosaur omelette excellent. Relatives followed caveman. Shotgun wedding; no cake, three dead.… Continue reading Weekly Six XXIX – SIX WORD STORIES

Weekly Six XVIII – SIX WORD STORIES

 WELCOME BACK TO the weekly six. And if it's your first time: welcome! Six words in total to tell a story. Why six you ask? Because five isn't enough. (Incidentally, Hemingway likely wasn't the genius behind the famous six word story about baby shoes):   Some circled. The rebellious vultures triangled. Dinner with parents. Thanks… Continue reading Weekly Six XVIII – SIX WORD STORIES

Shortcuts – POEM

  I ASKED HER if she would be my shortcut, She nodded, on my eyeline, A shortcut, in itself, So, I knew we could be, Another short term couple, Deluded, love crazed, ...happiness only lasts six months. . We agreed to part on a given day, And never look back, Never call, Never reach out… Continue reading Shortcuts – POEM

Weekly Six XXVII – SIX WORD STORIES

THE WEEKLY SIX, or half-fortnightly if you prefer has returned once more (it keeps doing that, I'm sorry) in an eclectic mix. Also if you have Tumblr, lionaroundwriting is my account on there (many of these go up on Tumblr first). Without further ado:   Hell Closed For Maintenance. Earth open. Alien marries earthling. Entire… Continue reading Weekly Six XXVII – SIX WORD STORIES

Weekly Six XXVI – SIX WORD STORIES

      TECHNICALLY IT'S WEDNESDAY in Scotland. And as a result here are some more six word stories in this 26th edition. In keeping with tradition of the last few posts, please add your own if you feel inclined.   Monster caught. Chalk outline miles long. Rhinoceros robbed. The piano forever off-key.. Fishing boat drifting, empty.… Continue reading Weekly Six XXVI – SIX WORD STORIES

Weekly Six XXV – SIX WORD STORIES

      THE TWENTY FIFTH  edition of the weekly six brings a cavalcade of stories in a range of genres. Enjoy the six word story format inspired by Ernest Hemingway’s, ‘For sale: baby shoes, never worn‘ from the 1920’s. And if you feel like adding in your own in the comments, please go for it.  … Continue reading Weekly Six XXV – SIX WORD STORIES

Those Were the Days – POEM

Jazz; mesmerising, as I watch, the vinyl spin, grooves filled in by, cigarettes smoked a century ago, the ash, A revolving reminder, that we all must, eventually go, But some, those precious souls, are immortal: inspiring, And I see listen or read; the show so beguiling, as if, their deaths could never be so. .… Continue reading Those Were the Days – POEM