Six on the Sixth: January

This post is for Adam Icke’s Six on the Sixth Challenge – six six word stories – one for each of the six prompts. Each one stands alone from the rest. 6on6

Wrong

Unease gripped her. Something was gone.

Cap

Twisted hat lay discarded: apology refused.

Splendid

Confidence shone: she owned the stage.

Cantankerous

“Approach,” he growled from his armchair.

Torn

Future happiness beckoned; old promises bound.

Unfurl

Teacher’s praise set shy smile alight.

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22 Comments on “Six on the Sixth: January

  1. I have to agree with the other comments. They’re all great, but cantakerous really stands out.

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    • Thank you, Adam. 🙂 I was thinking of my grandfather (who we all called grumpy grandpops) as I wrote that one!

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  2. Nice. I like the unfurl, and the image of the smile unfurling at her face.

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    • Thank you, Etol. That final one probably took my longer to write than all the rest of them together! I’m glad you like it. 🙂

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