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Prompt: Passport
23rd April - 6th May

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Prompt Guidelines

One six word story, per person, per prompt.

The duration of the prompt is subject to change.

The story must include the object/animal/plant/etc., either explicitly or implicitly, as a part of the progression, which means general comparison or description is not recommended.

The theme is open as long as the prompt is mentioned in the story - again, not necessarily directly.

All pieces must follow the universal Guidelines.

The Author's Comments should contain:
SixWordStories' The Thing: (PROMPT)



The winner for "Doorbell" was:

Ding DongShhh! Don't let the vampires in!

They have received 20:points: for being this week's winner.



Past Prompts
Earplug, Keychain, Trumpet, Dandelion, Waterhole, Pincushion, Wallpaper, Cupcake, Teabag, Scarecrow, Glue, Lantern, Flyer, Willow, Hallway, Sunflower, Balloon, Fence, Flute, Butter, Doorbell, Cactus, Freezer, Toothbrush, Pliers, Eggshell

Suggestions

If you have suggestions for a prompt that we could do, send us a note with the subject The Thing Idea!


Questions? Please don't hesitate to ask us in a reply to this blog! :love:
More Journal Entries

Welcome to SixWordStories!

A type of Flash Fiction, six word stories are (very) short stories with an exact word count: six words. SixWordStories is the place where, alongside quality, quantity really does matter. Though these stories are so brief in length, they can be as profound, if not more, than the prose and poetry you see and read every day, partly because six word stories can tell us so much and yet contain so little.

As a Group, we encourage writers to explore their boundaries with prompts, collaborations and more, but we accept anyone and everyone too! Whether you are a digital artist, photographer, or something else entirely, if you can string six words together into a story, this is the place to be!

We will leave you with a thought and conclude this introduction with a well known six word story by Hemingway: "For sale: baby shoes, never worn."

What does that tell you?



Submit Your Pieces!
Workshops!: #1: Parts I | #2: Implicit Stories I | #3: Questions I | #4: Descriptions, Writer's Piece 1, Writer's Piece 2, Progression, Backward Progression

Important Links: F.A.Q | Guidelines | Q&A Sessions

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If you have some spare :points:, we would really appreciate your support through donation here. :heart:

Gallery Folders

The Thing - Passport
Past Contest - Opposites
Past Contest Submissions 2013
Past Contest - "Around the World in 80 Days"
Past Contest Submissions 2010
Past Seven Deadly Sins Project

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HopeSwings777 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2015
Thanks thank u Cool 
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sleepingleo Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for mentioning my story for Week 187!
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CuteCat213 Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Curious if this soon-to-be story still technically applies within the rules (since I couldn't find anything pertaining to punctuation being counted as words).



"Silently."
"I am--"
"Not."
"..."
"..."
"...Am so."
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