Six word stories – bundles of joy

In six words, all kinds of worlds and emotions get played out.  Here’s a few of mine…

God returns on Sunday. “Everything’s closed!”

Her father’s her half-sister’s son.

Need bigger shed! Dragon egg hatched.

I looked up from basket to guillotine.

Auditioned for lead guitar. Got bass.

Only the king knew her name.

Wife bet gambling husband he’d stay.

God played dice. Got snake eyes.

The body count increased by one.

“You mean, you’re Granny and Mommy?”

After the implants, she felt deflated.

Exchanged house for tent. No wifi!

Started a brewery. One customer guaranteed.

Procured bicycle. Rode sedately. Died predictably.

Born a princess. Died a slave.

Buying more lizards. I’m scaling up.

Acquired greenhouse. Not green. Not house!

Completed masterpiece. Reader found typo. SHRED!

Demanded rights. Got them. Moved on.

“Address me as THE God” – God.

Maybe next year, I’ll be lucky.

Denied justice. Found clues. Perpetrators punished.

At arrivals. Card in hand. Waiting…

Drunk. Slept with in skip. Woke late.

He clapped way too loud. Awkward.

I hoped you enjoyed these little vignettes. There’s more six word stories to read. Follow the links.

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