Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #46 – The Roundup Post

The prompt for the Saturday Six Word Story (6WSP) #46 was: Family.

Here’s the roundup post for 6WSP #46:

By rugby843 at The Bag Lady: Family is the beginning and end. ♥️

By Trix: Disappointed, she left her family forever.

By The Abject Muse at The Abject Muse: She wished she’d never been adopted.

By Aashi D Parekh at Falling upwards:


“Strange! What’s that?

I’m orphaned.”

By Sadje at Keep It Alive: I am incomplete without my family.

By Leena T Pandey at WordJini: They’d made her what she was.

By Di at pensitivity101: Family by blood doesn’t mean closeness.

By Susi Bocks at I Write Her:

Dear Family,
I miss your hugs.

By Angie Trafford at Angie Trafford: The bond uniting us together. Forever.

By Sangeetha at Gettinglost:

Papa’s assumptions

go geopositioning

precious princess

By June at jaquintinwriter: Precious mementos – interior acceptance fading ghosts.

By Lauren: Family = I long for the lost ones.

By Laura McHarrie at The Hidden Edge: Papers signed; loving my new family.

By HappySoul at Live Love Laugh Learn: A baby girl, completed their family!

By Paperkutz at Paperkutz: Family is key to my heart.

By Aseem Rastogi at Transition of Thoughts:

He found family.

He found peace.

By Sirisha Nandini Jala at queennandini: I really miss visiting my family.

By Zamadlomo Mkhabela at My Soul In A Piece Of Paper: Blood makes relatives, love makes family!

By Dr. Namrata, Ph.D. at penofhearts: Family that eats together lives together.

By Jude at tales told different: Beyond that horizon, my family remains.

By Keith at Keith’s Ramblings: My family? More Addams than Waltons!

By Carol anne at Therapy Bits: My family are my whole world.

By Radhika at radhikasreflection: The war snatched away his family.

By Dakshali Gupta at A Thought on My Plate: Tested positive, threat to family, hospitalized.

By Fandango at THIS, THAT, AND THE OTHER: I’m alone without family and friends.

By Anisha at CᖇazY Neᖇɗs: Family isn’t just sharing same genetics.

By Regina Davis-Sowers at Help from Heaven: Her family’s love kept her hopeful!

By Dave Madden at MMA Storytime:

“Great combo.”

“Thanks brother.”

Coach studied.

By Roshni at Let’s read our words: Far from family, just for family.

By Rhen Laird at Cobbled Contemplations: Family…relatives stifled in same cage.

By Richa Modha at Richa’s blogs: My oasis in my life’s deserts.

By Nima Mohan at The_tenth_zodiac: Heart breaks by family hurts more.

By Bold Girl at The Bold Vibe: My family – Prays together, stays together!

By Harsh at Cryptic’s World: They went from family to strangers.

By Era at The Hidden Soul: Family always comes first before anything.

By Rishika Jain: Library is home and books are family.

By Julie at writingiswonderful: He has his family. It’s enough.

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

By Arshnoor Kaur Chadha at thebibliophilewriter: Not every FAMILY is picture perfect.

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

By Shweta Suresh at My Random Ramblings: Orphanage was no substitute for family.

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

Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #47 – July 18, 2020

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. Don’t be disappointed. Do let me know through the comments and I’ll add it to the roundup straightaway.

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