Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #59 – October 10, 2020

Sorry for the delay! Last week, I promised that I will be publishing all future prompts on time. But I broke it again. Sorry! 😅 I’ve got to remember to schedule these posts. Tomorrow, I’m going to sit down and schedule posts for at least the next six months!

Welcome to Week #59 of the Saturday Six Word Story Prompt. Click here to read the guidelines for the Saturday Six Word Story Prompt series.

Prompt for Week #59 (Oct 10, 2020 – Oct 16, 2020)

Family

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55 thoughts on “Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #59 – October 10, 2020

  1. Am I wrong to believe A six-word story is not a sentence; it should be a story with three parts. They are known as the beginning, middle, and end of the story.
    Take the famous example of “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.”
    The beginning is the sale, middle subject “baby shoes” the end of the story is the telling that they were never worn, leaving the reader in suspense.

    Many times I just read a 6-word sentence. SORRY, I just can’t get it!

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    1. Six words is not a lot of room to weave a story with a perfect beginning, middle and end. Also, we can’t all be as great as Ernest Hemingway. 😉
      So I give it a bit of legroom but then again that’s me. It just depends on our perception. To each, their own.

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