Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #44 – The Roundup Post

The prompt for the Saturday Six Word Story (6WSP) #44 was: Leave.

Here’s the roundup post for 6WSP #44:

By Lauren: Leave = I wish the virus would depart.

By rugby843 at The Bag Lady: Consumers now: “Leave at the door”.

By Di at pensitivity101: He thought I wouldn’t………………… I did.

By Sadje at Keep It Alive: Leave before your welcome ends here.

By Happy Soul at Live Love Laugh Learn: Reason: Paternity Leave! Dreams come true.

By Aahana Aggarwal at The Mystic Wagon: We exist to leave our tale.

By Dave Madden at MMA Storytime: When the cage locks, nobody’s leaving.

By Cozy Quiet Corner at Cozy Quiet Corner: Papa, is heaven happier than home?

By Sirisha Nandini Jala at queennandini: This Is Where I Leave You.

By Anisha at CᖇazY Neᖇɗs: Left with dreams; Returned with success.

By Lisa Coleman at Our Eyes Open: Leave your house with a mask!

By Fandango at THIS, THAT, AND THE OTHER: If that’s how you feel, leave.

By Joe M at Does Writing Excuse Watching?: Leaves Falling, Lief, Leave Over, Leaves.

By Zamadlomo Mkhabela at My Soul In A Piece Of Paper: How dare you! Please leave now!

By ikwords at Words on Key: And then the pandemic disappeared forever.

By Sangeetha at Getting lost:

leave undone

love’s imperfections

~ to revisit

By Aseem Rastogi at Transition of Thoughts: She had decided to finally leave.

By Susi Bocks at I Write Her: Why did you leave me behind?

By Keith at Keith’s Ramblings: You? Leave? I don’t believe you!

By Radhika at radhikasreflection: Wedding fixed, his leave got cancelled.

By Regina Davis-Sowers at Help from Heaven: She wouldn’t leave while he breathed.

By Chinmayee at Chinmayee’s Creations: Leave before the past ruins you!

By Simon: Leave trails like, World follows YOU.

By rodalver at Exit Strategy: Grieving, never believing. He’d be leaving.

By Rhen Laird at Cobbled Contemplations: Close door, don’t look back…leave.

By Aashi D Parekh at Falling upwards: Luxuries left her broke within, without.

By Laura McHarrie at The Hidden Edge: “Leave me be …” the patient pleads.

By The Bold Girl at The Bold Vibe: Love was dead, I’d to leave.

By Nima Mohan at The_tenth_zodiac: He left, leaving dreams to perish.

By Arshnoor Kaur Chadha at thebibliophilewriter: He thought, she wouldn’t leave him.

By Matt P at Finding Life: Left under ephemeral starlights, alone tonight.

By Harsh at Cryptic’s World: Live the life, not leave it.

By Era at The Hidden Soul: Left the reality, living in dreams.

By Arushi at Unfiltered: To leaving nothing but good memories.

By Julie at writingiswonderful: No more. “It’s over. Please leave.”

By Dakshali Gupta at A Thought on my Plate: Leave this place before the crisis.

By Sanjuna: Leave your regret to live the presence.

By Aishwarya at kittyverses: She gasps for breath, he left.

And last but not the least, from the host herself (Yes, that’s me!)

By Shweta Suresh at My Random Ramblings: Even Amnesia couldn’t make him leave.

Thanks to all of you for joining in. Hope to see you again next week. 🙂

A lot of care has been taken to ensure that all the responses to the prompt have been included in this roundup post. However, 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.

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