In SIX WORDS or fewer, write a story about grief.

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In SIX WORDS or fewer, write a story about grief.

(Leave your story in the comments below.)

Today’s prompt was recommended by Michael Miyoshi.

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PanchoHerreraFanClub

6 years ago

Synge’s Riders to the Sea

Phoenix Grey (@phoenixgrey85)

6 years ago

I wanted more time with you.

Cindy

6 years ago

She was gone and I cried.

Donna Trump

6 years ago

Was there more we could do.

Anonymous

6 years ago

The earth pattered the coffin’s surface.

D J Connell

6 years ago

I looked into his eyes, lost.

Sarah

6 years ago

Unanswered questions rip my soul apart.

Anonymous

6 years ago

I’ve yet to meet my son.

drmagoo

6 years ago

Some endings offer no new beginnings.

Britni Patterson

6 years ago

Raindrops merrily bounce on gravestones. Assholes.

Kathy Miller

6 years ago

Music, meals, talk, time: Never enough.

Dina A

6 years ago

But, I trusted you.

GESimons.E. Simons

6 years ago

Even turning away you face something

Anonymous

6 years ago

Alas, it was all for naught.

Terrance Davidson

6 years ago

A cleansing wind ignored her.

MAV

6 years ago

He plagiarized me and crushed my soul.

Anonymous

5 years ago

Ken is gone; Dick Cheney lives.

Lydia

2 years ago

where’s the requiem for our dream?