If you find this, please try to understand. I know I said meet me here in a month’s time. But I just can’t. Too much has happened. I’ll never forget you, but this has to be goodbye. 182 characters. Written for Kat's weekly Twittering Tales challenge
A mile out of the village, I took one last look ....
Writing the shortest stories #SixWordStoryChallenge
Superficial banter concealed their mutual boredom Written for Nicola's #SixWordStoryChallenge over at the fabulous Sometimes Stellar Storyteller site. Go check out the other entries, and see if you can come up with your own!
Every step echoed across the bare floor. Holding a box of broken toy cars and faded drawings, he closed the door for the last time. (131 characters) A story in less than 140 characters written for Kat Myrman's Twittering Tales challenge. I know this hasn't got anything to do with the photo prompt, but what interested me … Continue reading The last toy story – Twittering Tales #47
"Everything's fine" she smiled, kissing him. Written for Nicola's weekly Six Word Story Challenge.
Light a candle. That’s all you can do. Focus on the flame. Maybe the smoke will carry our hopes to some god or kindly fairy up there. (133 characters) This is my tweet sized story in response to this week's photo prompt from Kat's Twittering Tales Challenge over at her blog, Like Mercury Colliding.
Watching gratefully, as others went first
Watching, learning, while Dad hit Mum. My contribution to this week's Six Word Story Challenge, which I've sadly neglected in recent weeks along with blogging in general. This has been due to a combination of too much to do at work, feeling a bit under the weather and getting very happily caught up in a … Continue reading Six Word Story Challenge: Observation
Can you write a limerick about the future? That's the challenge set this week by Rashmi of MindandLifeMatters. This is what I came up with... Who knows what the years have in store? The future's a half-opened door. We'll step through one day And we'll look back and say: "I think I was happier before!"