Six Word Story #56

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Six Word Story:

He regretted everything, she moved on.

About The Six Word Story:

As you guys know, I love writing these six word stories for you. And from the feedback and responses that I have received on them, I am happy to say that it seems you like reading these little stories too. I am really thankful for that since it is always a win when both you and your audience enjoy the same thing. It gives me a reason to continue writing these, knowing you enjoy them so much.

My six word stories do tend to be a bit darker. Especially more recently. Actually, although my posts are often more lighthearted I think my writing always tends to be a bit darker. My poetry and short stories can be like that too. So, with that in mind here is one more darker story.

Have you ever been afraid and constantly looked over your shoulder? If so, how did you deal with it? What lessons did you learn from that experience? If you want to, of course. Let me know your thoughts in the comments section below because I would love to hear them. Or simply just stop by and say hi! And don’t forget to leave your own six word story in the comments because I always enjoy reading them!

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43 responses to “Six Word Story #56”

  1. He realized what was the reality!

    1. Yes love that addition!

  2. I sense a recurring theme here 😉

    1. Lol I’ve been watching way too many telenovelas in my free time!

  3. 😩🥺. Black and blue all over again! (6 words 😉). Great illustration picture too!

    1. Lol thanks!!

  4. Give it to someone else! Love it

    1. Yes exactly!

  5. The image you paired with this story is perfect!

    1. Thank you!!

  6. perfect image !!

    1. Thank you!

  7. Interestingly, my first-ever produced screenplay is an almost four-minute-long film based on an apocryphal story about Ernest Hemingway (the legend in which Papa wins a bet when he writes a six-word-story.)

    1. In my comment above, I should have clarified that “A Simple Ad” was inspired by the apocryphal story about Hemingway, but it is not a direct adaptation of it.

      1. That is so fascinating thank you for sharing that! I will definitely be checking it out!

  8. We love a girl who does what is right for herself 🙂

    1. Yes we do!

  9. I have always loved these so much! It always amazes me how six words can impact one scenario.

    1. Thank you so much!

  10. short ‘n’ sweet, love it!

    1. Thank you!

    1. Haha good twist!

  11. sounds like too little, too late…

    1. That’s exactly it!

  12. I love these! Yours was so good! Creative!

    1. Thank you so much!!

  13. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:

    1. Thanks for the reblog!

  14. Thank you for sharing this blog with us. I have visited your blog numerous times, reading and rereading posts. As I get closer to publishing, I am trying to absorb all I can about this industry. Thank you for sharing your insight.

    1. Thanks so glad to hear that!

  15. Woah, another ominous one

    1. Hope you enjoyed it!

      1. Haha, a bit deep this one

  16. Loveeee these six word stories! They are always so real!

    1. Thank you I’m so glad to hear that!!

  17. Sounds like some of my relationships. lol

    1. Unfortunately I think we’ve all been there

  18. Tell him BYE! lol

    1. Exactly lol!!

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