SIX WORD STORY CHALLENGE: REGRET


 

 6WSC

My response to the topic for this week from Marion Driessen. 

Gloom

‘I love you!’ said too late …

 © Colonialist June 2013 (WordPress)

 

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16 Responses to SIX WORD STORY CHALLENGE: REGRET

  1. Many regrets in only six words. Not all stories have a happy ending, eh Col?

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  3. Timing is everything in these things, Col. What a shame. Very good six words though.

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  4. 68ghia says:

    Well done Col…
    Regret, indeed…

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  5. Sonel says:

    Well done as usual Col. Yes, regret can be a very sad thing for sure.
    Thanks for sharing. 😀 *big hugs*

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  6. disperser says:

    He held her, murmuring. “Sleep; dream.”

    “I will return”, the promise unkept.

    “Love prevails” was the bitter irony

    She smiled, wiping the doubt away.

    Like words, the knife went deep.

    Crying, she rose; “I hate, still!”

    Child-like, he believed her lies.

    The recoil stung, like his rejection.

    . . . sorry . . . I’m starved for writing. This was therapeutic, as well.

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  7. cobbies69 says:

    When they smiled, all became peace…

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  8. very cleverly done, Col…even though quite sad.

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  9. adinparadise says:

    Really sad six words, Col.

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