Six Word Story #141

Boyfriend now needed. Scions are preferred…


Just kidding πŸ˜‚πŸ˜œ

Today’s Word:

Scion

1: descendant of a notable family.
2:a young shoot or twig of a plant, especially one cut for grafting or rooting.

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52 thoughts on “Six Word Story #141

  1. Some plants can be cut an re rooted by placing one of the leaves with a small root in a glass of water until the root grows out, then it can be replanted in the ground, or in a pot, or it can continue to grow in the glass with water. That’s what this word reminds me of.

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  2. Planted in an environment, not of my chosen.
    Forced to conform with their expectations
    Have been bred from within,
    keep your bread.
    Let me be.
    This is the sixth line, and I’m a scion

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  3. Just googled and the word scion means a young tree shoot for grafting or rooting purposes. Well, family is everything. Hahaha. Sometimes it makes one feel a little mafia like just to think of the word “family”.

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