Sunday’s Six Sentence Story Word Prompt!

Welcome to GirlieOnTheEdge and Sunday’s prompt word reveal for Six Sentence Stories!
It’s here. Like it or not. Unless you live in certain states, territories or countries that do not follow it. Daylight Savings Time. We may have lost an hour of sleep but what have we gained? Longer days! At least for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere. If you live in the Southern Hemisphere, well you folks are on your way to fall and winter. Regardless of season, length of day, writing occurs. At all hours of the day and night. I can’t help wonder: do the seasons affect our writing? As we begin a new week, we have the opportunity for a new challenge, using a new prompt word. Where will it takes us? Let us know. Write 6 and only 6 sentences, come back beginning this Wednesday evening and link your story. Or poem. Or next scene in your fabulous serial story. We’re here always, night or day, in all seasons. Welcome to Six Sentence Stories.

Rules of the hop:
Write 6 Sentences. No more. No less.
Use the current week’s prompt word.
Return here, link your post Wednesday night through Saturday late…
Spread the word and put in a good one to your fellow writers 😀


The artist, and particularly the poet, is always an anarchist in the best sense of the word. He must heed only the call that arises within him from three strong voices: the voice of death, with all its foreboding, the voice of love and the voice of art.”
– Federico García-Lorca

11 thoughts on “Sunday’s Six Sentence Story Word Prompt!

    • GirlieOnTheEdge March 15, 2021 / 8:55 am

      You are familiar with his work?! For some reason, I was thinking of my high school Spanish teacher the other day. A very exuberant individual, he spoke passionately about Federico García-Lorca’s poetry.

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      • Chris Hall March 15, 2021 / 11:00 am

        I’ve enjoyed quite a few of his poems, reading some of them in the original Spanish. He was also a mate of my all-time favourite poet, Pablo Neruda.

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        • GirlieOnTheEdge March 15, 2021 / 1:07 pm

          I imagine reading his poetry in the original Spanish is preferable than reading the English translations. I’m familiar with Neruda’s name but not his work. I will add him to my list 🙂

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