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.
Welcome 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!
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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