Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #89 – The Roundup Post

I would like to preface this roundup with an apology and a HUGE thank you to all the participants who have stuck with me and this challenge even though I haven’t exactly been a great hostess for the past few weeks. This post was supposed to go live over the weekend but my Wi-Fi was playing hide and seek and by the time the connection was properly restored, I got consumed by the numerous chores that were demanding my time and attention. Hence the back-to-back roundups!

The prompt for the Saturday Six Word Story (6WSP) #89 was: Silent.

Here’s the roundup post for 6WSP #89:

By Lauren: Never remain silent to displayed injustice.

By Reena: Silence is not about being dumb.

By Diana Coombes at Writer Ravenclaw: Empty forest – a silent tree falls.

By Elle at Poetic Thoughts:

Journey into

minds silent

dreams;

sublime.

By SidneyAspennWrites at The Confictionery: Silent tears often say things unsaid.

By Sadje at Keep it alive: Sometimes, staying silent is bigger crime.

By Cindy Georgakas: Being silent is the loudest message.

By Cheryl: There is too much silence today.

By Grace: Pure intentions are often silently delivered.❤️

By Aurora M: This time she broke the silence!!!

By Susi Bocks at I Write Her: Inner thoughts, the silent mental unpacking.

By Carol Anne at Therapy Bits: Silence is golden, rejoice in it!

By Dee Min at Poems & More: createdbyDEEsign: Injustice must never silent reasoned voice.

By Nova Namastè at Self Care & Mental Health: Demonstrate your character; silence the doubt.

By Reena: When silence speaks, listen it carefully.

By Di at pensitivity101: Rather than speak cruelly, keep silent.

By Eugi at EUGI’S MILIEU: The sound of falling leaves silent.

By Fandango at This, That and The Other: We can no longer remain silent!

By HappySoul at Live Love Laugh Learn: “Keep quite! Pin-drop silence” teacher said.

By Jeff Flesch: Be still and silent…then, listen.

By Punam: Being silent; good option, not always!

By Keith at Keith’s Ramblings: The silent disco was absolutely deafening!

By KK: Silence can’t be muted by force.

By poorvi kumar: silence broke me faster than words…

By Anonymasked at Anonymasked: The reason for my talkativeness: Sedatephobia.

By Sheena: ‘Absolute silence crazes faster than noise!’

By Usha at RAMBLINGSWITHUSHA: Listen carefully, silent overtures speak volumes.

By Joyce Mary J: Listen to stillness and be silent.

By Shalini at sustainthruwords:

“She has flown again,

Without fluttering.”

By Vignesh S Raj at World Of Words:

Deprived kids
Stitching shoes
Silent suffering

By indishe at theindieshe: Silence says unsaid things inside aloud

By Marla at Marla’s World: Text message sent; silence reigned supreme.

By chellebee53 at My Vivid Blog: Silent meow saved kitty from scolding.

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 even after you have left a comment/pingback, 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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