Gears

Six-word Fiction

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For sale: Baby shoes, never worn.

You've forgotten why you were afraid.

Run. Oh God, run. Run. Run.

You're alone. Everything's gone but you.

Secure your mask before assisting others.

I regret killing you. I'm sorry.

It has come. I knew it.

The screams echo long after death.

Why did you kill me too?

"Don't leave me." "I already did."

None of it was real, hopefully. 

Night and day are social constructs.

Pay for the privilege of dying.

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Beep. beep. beep. beep. beep. beeeeeeeeee-

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I didn't want to kill you.

Your eyes are always watching me.

Like always, you broke your promise.

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She smiled. He loved. They lived. 

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I don't know what is happening.

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Seriously though please help is this a writing prompt?

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4 minutes ago, Frustration said:

Seriously though please help is this a writing prompt?

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See 50-word Fiction for more info. Just replace 50 with 6

 

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"Why!?" "It was the only choice."

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Once upon a- wait, he's dead.

Buttons pushed. Missiles launched. Countries destroyed.

Kittens played, yarn flew. A mess.

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The first two were more dark. The last one was well deserved.

 

Edited by Matrim's Dice
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How to win: Do not play

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Why read the newspaper you write?

Free: Barely-used couch and futon.

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Gerbils, ate johnny, then, ate me. 

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The hangar is vacant again.

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I’ve noticed many of these are really quite vague, so I am here to prove that you can have a very clear and obvious story in only 6 words.

 

The aliens came and killed everyone. 

Love triangles resulted in much drama. 

There was a mystery. Solved it. 

I am out of Eggo Waffles.

Karen left and took the kids. 

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My house burned, thanks to arson.

"The ice isn't thin," he lied.

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It was I who stole cookies.

"Don't eat the fish and chips."

He looked up, yelled, then died.

 

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On 8/8/2020 at 9:33 PM, Spren of Kindness said:

The hangar is vacant again.

ONLY FIVE WORDS BURN HER

JK tho. You could add sir at the end!

Latin is dead why learn it?

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Life... before death... Strength before... weakness...

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Posted (edited)

The Survivor's Heir, Lady Vin, survives!

A heroic boy saves us . . . again.

Joy is manifested in good books.

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He read, she was annoyed. Love. (Elend/Vin)

She wore hats and read Sanderson. (Me)

"Did you do it?" "We'll see."

The money in the jar. Gone.

Dreams were made. Dreams were killed.

Once upon a time. The end.

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I’m So Meta, Even This Acronym.

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15 hours ago, Danex said:

I’m So Meta, Even This Acronym.

*claps*

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Humans Exist Like Pinatas. Mostly Empty.

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Good friends are like chocolate. Awesome.

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I have endeavored never to drown.

We dance, without rythym. It hurts.

Repellantly the Kragniblob descended the Vuscelator. 

I aspirated bacon for you, darling.

They walked and then they rested.

Knives, it seems, make poor pillows.

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