And this is my story about Poverty:
~ with hand uplifted his self-esteem died ~
Join in the challenge for Six Word Stories!
Are you up to a challenge? A challenge where you will need your imagination, a photo and
a lot of only six words?
During the next two weeks I am searching for stories about POVERTY. In only six words! Let a photo or image inspire you to write a story. Or first write the story, and then make or search for a picture to go with it.
Such a strong story and unseen images in only six words…
Every two weeks on Wednesday I will post a new theme for this Six Word Story Challenge. Publish your Six Word Story on your own website/blog and paste the link to that post in a comment here at Figments. I will include your contribution in this post, forming a list of stories.
Will you join me? Will you? Say you do 😀 And share the challenge news!
Have fun writing,
The next challenge will be posted on Wednesday, March 13.
READ THE POVERTY STORIES OF:
Just this once I’ll start myself:
Who’s next? 🙂
Wet droplets in gray skies
seep color from my world,
trickle down the window
and dress my house
in sheets of coldness
Tonight snow flakes
whirl, they twirl
like a girl in dance
their whiteness descends
into mushy layer
So let’s stay in, my love
and wrap ourselves
in blanket warmth
while our eyes reflect
golden candle light
Leave gloves and scarf
and come, cuddle close
where heart meets heart
near the fireplace
‘cause winter is coming
In the spirit of Winter
Use one or more of the words to inspire your pen: winter berries, candles, ice crystals, snow flakes, seasonal, winter, holidays, Christmas, family, eating, religion, Santa Claus, reindeer, blizzard, snowstorm, peppermint, hot chocolate, gloves, scarf, boots, fireplace.
A warm flood suddenly washes over you – through you – and fills your every fiber with awareness. With thankfulness. Of someone, or something. A kind smile in a supermarket. Rain that stops when you step out of the door. Your son who offers to go grocery hunting for you. You practically seem to glow and shine with an inner light. An aura as flaming as the sun halos your head and ignites a sparkle in your eyes.
Please, stop what you are doing at the moment and take a minute or two to contemplate the things you are grateful for. The people who are special in your lives. Kindness by strangers. And let that warm flood flow through your veins.
Thank you, sweet Mom and Dad, you are and always have been wonderful. Your loving care formed the base of my existence. Brother and sisters, we had fun times together and I’m smiling even thinking of you. And I do so every day. Love you all so much.
Thank you, magical friends, who have made my life worth living. Without you I would have been lost so many times. Thanks, from the bottom of my heart.
Thank you, my sons, for filling my days (and nights) with everlasting joy and… let’s call it challenges. 😉 It is interesting and heart-warming to see you both grow into fine young men. I love you, unconditionally. Even when I’m mad at you.
Thank you, my V-man. For almost five years we are a pair now. And I am proud and grateful for being your choice of heart. My deep love is for you.
Thanks, sweet marvelous people out there. Do you realize what miracles a simple smile can work? No? Try it, and you will see your own smile mirrored all around you.
Gratitude, such a warm feeling. I hope each and every day will be filled with golden moments of gratitude.
Feel free to share your gratitude here. Better yet, tell your loved ones and even complete strangers how you feel. All it takes is a smile… 🙂
This post was written for Kellie Elmore’s Free Write Friday prompt.