Posted on 08/10/2015
by Louise Bunting
This post is for the Six Word Story challenge, run by Ben at A Hopelessly Wandering Mind. This week’s theme is Help! Check out Ben’s blog to read the other entries.
Years passed. Dreams of freedom faded.
Category: Six Word Story, Writing ChallengeTags: caged, captivity, creative writing, fiction, flash fiction, help, micro fiction, micro poetry, six word story challenge
Very good! No more words are necessary.
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Thank you, Ali. 🙂 I’m glad you think so!
Very good. A marriage gone bad?
Quite possibly… Thanks for visiting. 🙂
Won’t want to be in their shoes.
They’re definitely not in a good place. Thanks for visiting. 🙂
You are so good at this project! So much said in so few words! Well done.
Thank you very much, Sabina. 🙂 They’re great fun to write! I’m glad you liked it.
So few words yet you said so much
Thanks. 🙂 I’m glad you liked it.
You are excellent with words!!
Thank you. 🙂 I’m glad you think so.
Love your entry!
Thank you. 🙂 I find these great fun to write!
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