Sunday’s Six Sentence Story Word Prompt!

Oh boy! Denise has given us another one her interesting word choices for this week’s prompt! Who’s gonna ride along?

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Welcome to GirlieOnTheEdge and Sunday’s prompt word reveal for Six Sentence Stories!
I’m excited! Six Sentence Stories is slowly making it’s way outward. How do I know this? New faces and names, participation. A huge welcome to everyone past, present, future! Today’s post offers up the prompt/cue word to use in your next Six Sentence story, poem, musing, soc, latest scene from a work in progress… Some writers write a 6 this very day, while others let words simmer and serve up their 6 a bit later. No matter when you write your Six Sentence Story, the invitation is open to return here, to the “Edge, this Wednesday evening and link your URL. As indicated below, the link will stay live until late Saturday night (for all you party people😁) Enjoy your week, stay safe, be healthy. And write.  

Rules of the hop:
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C – Part 3

Susi is up to something. She always gets me with these monthly stores. We are on day three but you can catch up. I can promise it is always a good experience.

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“How could I forget him? We lived right next door for four years!” The vivid memories of her childhood crush flooded her brain quickly. Caroline grabbed the railing to steady herself. She began to feel slightly flushed as well.Oh, grow up, Caroline, she thought to herself.

“Well, I ran into him recently. We chatted about our lives for a bit. He was a cab driver for a while, now works at a lab as a chemist. Eventually, I shared with him that you were coming for a visit with us. It seems he was quite excited to hear that you would be in town!” Katja gave her friend a knowing nudge as they walked up the staircase. “So much so that he asked if he could come to say hi. He’ll be coming here tomorrow night for dinner,” Katja said…

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Souls for Loaves

In dedication to the late, great Toni Morrison

I found this wonderful site with 5 Poems by the late Toni Morrison

And this is my dedication:

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Souls for Loaves

In gratitude for souls
who wish to share their words
making life treasured
by simply placing their thoughts
in ways that challenge our lives

She speaks of the grains
simply stated yet so poised
touching deepest thoughts
and making the soul wonder
if there’s more to this blessed life

Weaving rich entwined
wheats own natural beauty
designed to enrich
more than the stomach but souls
as the heart strengthens its match


This is in response to the Living Poetry prompt: Gratitude

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Prolific Pulse Branching Out!

I love this! Thank you so much Susi!

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