Once our home, now a bivouac.
1: a usually temporary encampment under little or no shelter
2a: encampment usually for a night
b: a temporary or casual shelter or lodging
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64 thoughts on “Six Word Story #127”
Some Bivouac situations can turn permanent.
Indeed they can!
Home is where the heart is.
Everything we have, comes from God. 😊
As we grow up and tend to part ways with families, I think this fits right in that case! Once a home, now a bivouac!
Our love was a temporary tent.
Dreams turned our home into bivouac.
Not every shelter means safety, friend.
Energy shot down. Embraced and encouraged.
not 6 words, but the opening narration from an episode of that most literate of TV shows, the original Twilight Zone.
June twenty-fifth 1964—or, if you prefer, June twenty-fifth 1876. The cast of characters in order of their appearance: a patrol of General Custer’s cavalry and a patrol of National Guardsmen on a maneuver. Past and present are about to collide head-on, as they are wont to do in a very special BIVOUAC area known as….the Twilight Zone.
Ah, this was so sad!
Haitians in Bivouacs years after hurricane.
Unfortunately, my heart was her bivouac.
Love your addition as always!
That’s a tragic take and I learned a new word!
Glad you learnt a new word and yeah it got dark lol!
some descions turns home into Bivouac
Cliff-edge bivouacs perched precariously, overlooking grasslands.
Wow that’s a fantastic addition!
Wow, I learnt a new word today. This was a rather sad story!
Glad you learnt a new word from this!
Untrue heart has only bivouacked feelings.
Humans bivouac; ants go the distance.
So sad, but not uncommon now.
Yup unfortunately so.
once a bivouac, now it’s permanent…
That’s a nice uplifting addition!
sly like a fox…
oops, wrong comment! 🙂
Lol no worries!
“We will find our home anew.”
Love that uplifting addition!
Love the substance of your six words story above ^^
Seasons change, choices change but their love is still unchanged.♥️💕
Aww I love that!! 💖
Glad you do♥️🥺
I have felt that way about countries sometimes too
Yeah I can definitely see what you mean
I enjoy these little posts as they get me to think—but not too hard.
Yay that’s the goal with these kinds of posts!
Not just a bivouac: Buddy’s home.
February 13th 1692: Massacre of Glencoe
This is what I was thinking of in regards to the story
Oh I see I’ll check it out thanks for the link!
love it but in a can’t play today sadly.. 💖
That’s totally okay!!
Now Our heat is in tents
Laugh It’s something to do do on a lonely day
Love that addition!