In our feature articles, we will be showcasing selections of the wonderful six word stories submitted to our bi-weekly word and theme prompts. New bi-weekly prompts will also be announced here.
Word Prompt: Gold
Man's pleasure and man's curse.
Decree AbsoluteWe married.
Fool's Gold!Fool's gold tormented miners, worthless find.
Are You Disappointed?Aimed for gold,
went home empty-handed.
GraduationMy graduation gown was gold. Ish.
The MonarchWings of gold; drifting ever skyward
"What?... You fool! Iron pyrite."
Golden Hearts are the only gold I need...My gold does not need locks
Tons of gold
The miller's other daughterShe spins gold into straw. Bachelorette.
226 Pounds of Pridescales weigh FAT, but she's
Gold And Copper"Gold? 'Prefer copper."
"...and green fingers?"
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Gold caused many horrible pointless wars.
Theme Prompt: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
Growing UpCan't remember my childhood bedroom anymore.
Growing UpSix-year-old calls from college.
UncheckedTo Do List::thumb334338490:
RemembranceGone too soon.
It's haunting, still.
Forever?You promised you'd never let go...
DEHYDRATED MOTHER EARTH: ThirDEHYDRATED MOTHER EARTH:
Thirsty, Highest Bidders
For Water Droplets !
Tomorrow"Baby, I won't be here tomorrow...."
Swift!Time is swift, minutes never repeated.
Here today, gone tomorrow.Wishes:
A final story before bed.
Here Today, Gone TomorrowIn sickness; in health.
Life is Fleeting HERE:
A Mortal's Love TriangleLoved by Life; betrothed to Death
Love:Here Today, Gone Tommorow"I love you!"
Missed by MidnightOne phone call,
can change everything.
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I'm everywhere. Here today; gone tomorrow.
The Next Round of Bi-Weekly Prompts!
Word Prompt: Odd
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Theme Prompt: Left
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Submissions for these prompts will be accepted from Monday, November 19th to Monday, December 3rd.
Please take into account the Prompt Guidelines before submission.
Also be sure to read our guidelines about what makes a six word story.
If you have suggestions for a prompt that we could do, send us a note with the subject Prompt Idea! and make sure to include what type of Prompt it is for (either 'Word' or 'Theme').
If you have queries regarding prompts, contact don't hesitate to contact us!