Flash Fiction

Saturday Six Word Story

Flash fiction entries for Shweta’s Saturday Six Word Story


That was the last family get-together

Family skewed from square to triangle.

Wanted to skip another family drama.

A family reunion finally lacking drama.

She was something close to family.

Laughter echoed loudly from family room.

Whole family wiped out by cyclone.

A loner without family or friends.

His family wealth, once again inconsequential .

Books were more than his family.


Saturday Six Word Story Prompt

I came tok now about the Saturday Six Word Story Prompt hosted by Shweta Suresh from the post of a fellow blogger,Happy Panda

I decided to give it a try as well. I am not sure if my submission is past the deadline though.

I had fun playing with words even though I am a fan of 10 words story.

Prompt for Week #56 (Sep 19, 2020 – Sep 25, 2020) – WATER

Here are my try outs.

1.Spirit exited with the last waterdrops.
 2. Scorching summer turned water to desert
  2. My waters flows to you, Ocean
 3. Sun bound the water in clouds
 4. Abducted water came home as rain
 5.Water shrank and shuddered into ice
 6.Water sent down her unique snowflakes
 7 I am pebble, polished by water
 8. Grief drowned her like flood water