Flash Fiction Friday 156: 6-word stories

Earlier this week I sent in a piece of 6-word fiction to Morgen Bailey’s blog. My story was picked and you can find it with the other winning entries below.

MorgEn Bailey - Editor, Comp Columnist/Judge, Tutor & Writing Guru

number 6Welcome to Flash Fiction Friday and the one hundred and fifty-sixth piece in this series. This week’s is the nineteenth bunch of 6-word stories by a variety of authors, together with their 6-word biographies!

6-word stories

by Chong Teck SIM – aspiring Singaporean writer

  • Small lamps. Rangoli floor paintings. Deepavali.
  • Re-igniting old pains. Past love.
  • Sweet innocence. Ever-lasting marriage. Golden anniversary.
  • Creaking doors. Pitter-patter footsteps. Mischievous poltergeist.
  • Every morning. Unexpected roses. Secret admirer.
  • To my beloved: no refund permitted.
  • Tear-soaked face. Photograph. Departed lover.
  • Two students. Holding hands. Puppy love.
  • Anonymous donor. A blank cheque. Charity.
  • Love misses a stop: my heart.

by Sal Buttaci finds humor in life

  • Words of kindness transcend all tongues.
  • In sleep no one is harmed.
  • Life is measured with a thimble.
  • The last great war was not.
  • Counting to six, use both hands.
  • Can “I do” be empty boasting?
  • Find your purpose and live…

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About James Holden

Brought up in Yorkshire, James has washed up on the shores of London. He spends his days working as a political geek. His short stories have previously been read by the Liars League.
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