Six Word Stories Omnibus: Volume Four

Hemingway sawed a cello to death.
Stole a urinal from a bar.
Still he was a literary star.
Hoover was jealous of his talent,
But we don’t have to be.
Behold! The stories below of thee!

Story 1:
Wow! I am most truly honored!
Story 2:
I cannot breathe in the kiss.
Story 3:
I see what you both did.
by Gregory Stackpole

Story 4:
She inhaled deeply. Oh, the pressure!
by Sarah Jayne Nantais

Story 5:
My eye opened, small man inside.
by J. Zorro Kennon

Story 6:
He was your mother, you fool!
by The Scarlet Swallow

Story 7:
Oops! I missed all the fun!
by Kay Geegh

Story 8:
The sun set. Their souls rose.
by Aaron Farrell

Story 9:
Till we meet again, dear friend.
Story 10:
To separate from mediocrity, become unbolted!
Story 11:
From far away, it was clear.
Story 12:
She was enticed by his glance.
Story 13:
With temptation comes the ultimate penalty.
Story 14:
Pardon me, is this seat taken?
Story 15:
I will only say this once!
Story 16:
Ok… maybe I’ll say it twice.
Story 17:
Do those count as six words?
Story 18:
The ultimate temptation; the forbidden fruit.
Story 19:
Help is on the way, ma’am!
Story 20:
Her body melted into his arms.
by Robert Charles

Story 21:
Unyielding, her sorrow refuses to release.
by Katherine Marguerite

Story 22:
Off she walked, towards the light.
by Dprssdmind

34 thoughts on “Six Word Stories Omnibus: Volume Four

  1. I always found it interesting how the mind just fills in the gaps for these six word stories so perfectly. Much of them could be there own novels, but I find that ideas formed in one’s head tend to taint themselves when put on paper. Author’s life is a hard one I suppose *shrug*

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    • You make some good points there actually. Often what goes onto the page never feels quite as “pure” as the idea you had in your head. That’s always been my experience anyway. 😛

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  2. Wow, I got three! You guys are brave to put mine at the lead, especially given the quality of the others, which were so much better (something about serving the better wine first — it’s actually a good policy). Thank you!

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    • We enjoyed your contributions, Gregory, so of course we’d include them. Oh, and we listed these in order of being received, so that probably accounts for why they were among the first in that list. 😀

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