You can now read all of the Six Word Story Project submissions (that we got permission to post)!
Also check out our winners.
Martin F. Danahy
1st Place – There’s always yet never another now.
Cynthia Sue Martel
2nd Place (tie) – Hush. Sirens are headed our way.
Bad dog. Drop Jason’s jawbone now!
Conscience guides. Joseph’s lost his direction.
2 nd Place (tie) – Childless daughter becomes mother to mother.
Ben hid from pain, squandered love.
Aliya trusts herself, and earned it.
Andre woke from a dream, exhausted.
Quentin quivered querulously in quickening quicksand.
Innocent bystanders found guilty as charged.
William boiled water with ambivalent anticipation.
Yes, Virginia. Butterflies were once real.
The Last Supper: Homo sapiens flambé
Finally home, she dreamed of leaving
She was dying for a cigarette.
Yell at your wife, not me!
If Puppy grows big, he’s out.
She came. Met Sir. Now Dame.
The sun rose. Many ill. Sunstroke.
Sun setting. Feathered chorus. Nests occupied.
Mary Crane Fahey
Old men love telling old stories.
“Is Dad there, too?” he asked.
She pushed against the door, growling.
Slush, rain, sun, daffodils, happiness spring!
Warmth, green Here comes the sun!!
Robins, leaves, grass, sun FINALLY SPRING!
Richard loves. He laughs. He lived.
Catherine Orkin Oskow
Crows quarrel, dart, volley. Hawk bolts.
Spring unfolds, backtracks, sloshes: lush jubilation.
Life is about to change. Grandma!
Robins back at the feeders. Bear!
I’m alive because my brother isn’t.