Snow covered roads, ice covered hearts.
For more six word stories click here.
If you enjoyed this post don’t forget to like, follow, share and comment!
Enjoyed this post? Then follow me on social media:
Twitter Instagram Pinterest LinkedIn HubPages
Email me on(guest posts welcome!): firstname.lastname@example.org
27 thoughts on “Six Word Story #47”
Do you know what the difference is between Minnesota nice and minnesotan ice? Where you put the space…. It’s a midwestern joke.
Haha thanks for sharing the joke!
So interested , This is your USA it can work better. In India it is never work in this way. As Indian audience is very wise.
I’m not sure what you mean but personally I feel that all of my audience is very wise no matter what nationality, race or ethnicity they are. Also I’m not from the US.
oh, sorry, You are right, now I have no time to explain it.
missed your six word stories, their depth, nice one
Thank you glad you enjoyed it!
My pleasure 💜
There is a low-key irony in that story because today is Valentine’s day. Happy Valentine’s day everyone.
Haha Happy Valentine’s Day!
This is really perfect
I would really be glad if you follow my site
Deep meaning to it. love it
This is beautiful. Love the picture too
Welcome Pooja !
I love these six word stories!
Thank you so much!
The art of packing meaning into as few words as possible. Removing the fluff, like an instant kick of insight. English done right!
Thank you so much!!
There is a moment in these climates where we cross the line into temptation to be just like the weather. It’s the lack of light I think.
Yeah that could definitely play a role in it.
I guess it’s the road not travelled!
I guess so!