The prompt for the Saturday Six Word Story (6WSP) #2 was: Hope. Here’s the roundup post for 6WSP #2:
By Di at pensivity101: Your Hope may die. Mine lives.
By Bobby Fairfield at When the pen takes control.: The unfulfilled man lives in hope.
By Keith at Keith’s Ramblings: My last hope! Yes? Yes? NO
By hmaxwell217 at Letting the crazy out, so the calm can move in(poetry and other things): She didn’t come, no one noticed
By Lisa Coleman at Open Your Eyes Too!: pedals of a flower spread hope.
By Zael Sealing at Sealing Wax Notes: Just as I walked plank—Hope.
By Kyt Wright at Kyt Wright: Hope; Lingers when all else has gone.
By Sadje at Keep It Alive: Keep the flame of hope burning!
By Fandango at This, That, And The Other: I hope it’s not too late.
By Eric at EDC Writing – Believing Sight Unseen: Hope called. His line, she answered.
By Radhika at radhikasreflections: Accident crippled her, not her hope!
By Kitty at kittyverses: New day, a better me, hopefully!
By Angie at The world of words: This is nothing but a nightmare
By Sirisha Nandini Jala at queennandini: “Tomorrow is another word for hope.”
By Joem at Does Writing Excuse Watching?: Hope’s life didn’t match her name.
By just_me at HappymessHappiness: She hopes someday she’ll matter enough.
By Milly at Truly Milly: hope for goodness end the rudeness!
By Shivangi at Stifled Voice!!: ‘Her voice was stifled, not thoughts…’
And last but not least,
By Shweta at My Random Ramblings (Yes! That’s me): 2.1 km separated hope from reality.
If I have accidentally missed out on any of your stories in this roundup, I am extremely sorry. Do let me know through the comments and I’ll add it to the roundup.
Thanks a lot for joining in. I hope to see you again next week!
Do check back at 8 PM IST on September 14, 2019 for the Saturday Six Word Story Prompt #3! Alternately, you keep an eye out for the 6WSP tag.
Click here to read the previous prompts and roundup posts.
I hope you have a great weekend ahead of you. 🙂
P.S: This post would have been published on this blog yesterday, but WordPress was acting weird! Extremely so. What would have usually taken me a few minutes to edit got extended to a few hours! I’m really sorry for the delay. But the prompt will go live at the exact time without any delay. I’ve already scheduled it. 🙂
So, who else is not a big fan of the Block editor?
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