Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #45 – The Roundup Post

The prompt for the Saturday Six Word Story (6WSP) #45 was: Home.

Here’s the roundup post for 6WSP #45:

By rugby843 at The Bag Lady: Home, where every heart should be.

By moondustwriter at penned in moon dust:

I

Pitched

tattered

thing

my

body

By Sanjuna: All sweet memories begins at home.

By Laura McHarrie at The Hidden Edge: Jacket’s gone home; one last patch?

By Trix: Took a flight. Now missing home.

By Keith at Keith’s Ramblings: ‘Honey, I’m home’ buzzed Billy Bee!

By Sadje at Keep It Alive: I carry home in my heart.

By ikwords at Words on Key: A word meaning “opposite of homesick”?

By Joelle: My home is wherever love resides.

By Dr. Tanya at The Salted Caramel: Home is where the heart is.

By Dave Madden at MMA Storytime: You can’t lose with hometown support.

By Paperkutz at Paperkutz: Time has come to head home.

By HappySoul at Live Love Laugh Learn: First day, in old age home!

By Di at pensitivity101: Home is where the love is.

By Zamadlomo Mkhabela at My Soul In A Piece Of Paper: Your heart is my eternal home…

By Lauren: My Safety Net From The World

By Susi Bocks at I Write Her: You feel like home to me.

By Fandango at THIS, THAT, AND THE OTHER: Around I roam searching for home.

By Aseem Rastogi at Transition of Thoughts: What had he been searching for?

By Joe M at Does Writing Excuse Watching?: Born in Nature, Dead in City

By Sirisha Nandini Jala at queennandini: Stay home and stay safe y’all.

By Aashi D Parekh at Falling upwards: Family’s love turned house to home.

By Top Tamil Talk at Top Tamil Talk: Farther You Are, More I Miss.

By TiongHan at TiongHan’s blog: Did bring flowers. Keys don’t fit…

By Rhen Laird at Cobbled Contemplations: ‘Twas never home to return to.

By Anisha at CᖇazY Neᖇɗs: With books filled, home becomes heaven.

By Cozy Quiet Corner at Cozy Quiet Corner: Her loving smiles became his home.

By Regina Davis-Sowers at Help from Heaven: Home became a prison for her.

By Silver Stone at The Bored Side Of The Phone: Home and love; hand in glove.

By Sangeetha at Gettinglost:

fortune predictions

confabulating dream-homes

~ whether forecasting

By Nima Mohan at The_tenth_zodiac: Place of existence of original versions.

By Smita Ray at the wide blue: Come hurt, Be safe, At peace.

By Harsh at Cryptic’s World: Home is a feeling we need.

By Richa Modha at Richa’s blogs: This unfamiliar dome – my new home….

By Tien Skye at From the Window Seat: I went home to my love.

By Arshnoor Kaur Chadha at thebibliophilewriter: Mom’s Lap is synonymous to home.

By Julie at writingiswonderful: Tears filled her eyes. Home. Finally.

By Era at The Hidden Soul: Mom’s food and home, best things.

By Dakshali Gupta at A Thought on My Plate: Mother’s love is nucleus of home.

By Lisa Coleman at Our Eyes Open: Home is where our story begins.

By Aishwarya at kittyverses: Shelter in a world of uncertainty.

By June at jaquintinwriter: Prison-like apartment thankless reward job well-done.

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

By Shweta Suresh at My Random Ramblings: Without her, “home” no longer existed.

Thanks to all of you for joining in. Here’s the next prompt:

Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #46 – July 11, 2020

I felt like so many of my regular participants sat this one out. That, or I must have missed a few posts! But I swear that I have added all the comments and pingbacks that I could find!

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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