In SIX WORDS or fewer, write a story about losing control.

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Writing prompt: In SIX WORDS or fewer, write a story about losing control.

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Ay (@aault8)

6 years ago

I just kept clicking more links. #6words

Travis Miller

6 years ago

It was fun, but I'm sore.

Bec

6 years ago

Spinning. Momentum growing. Hands letting go.

#6words

Robert Weatherhead

6 years ago

I fight against it, I lost

Robert Weatherhead

6 years ago

In the end, I couldny resist

Robert Weatherhead

6 years ago

I met her, she destroyed me

Rick Aster (@rickaster)

6 years ago

Running again? I guess I was.

Robert Weatherhead

6 years ago

It was controllable at first, alas

David A. Norris

6 years ago

I almost always regret it afterwards.

greg massey (@PoemCrafter)

6 years ago

He did not realize the consequences.

LL

6 years ago

He slowly, expertly undid her resolve....

timdesmondblog

6 years ago

Burned, he floored engine seizing it.

Chris Finley (@howdoieventweet)

6 years ago

It was just another drink, right? #6words

John E. Irby (@etunner)

6 years ago

I am not angry. Get out!

Nobby Stiles (@Nobby_stiles)

6 years ago

I. Just. Can't. Keep. It. Together #6words

Brandy M. Miller

6 years ago

I let go. Control said goodbye. #6words

slwaller

6 years ago

My father just called. *deleted expletive*

Mike Maguire

6 years ago

Relinquishing sanity, I was finally free.

Richard Huckle

6 years ago

The global fear of losing control.

James Patrick

6 years ago

And I let myself go. Fell.

Scott Rainey

6 years ago

Have temper, lost it.

Scott Rainey

6 years ago

Probation Violation. She's an addict.

Essence Fuller

6 years ago

He looked at me. I cried.

Megan Burnett

6 years ago

She never looked back.

David A. Norris

6 years ago

She left, and I started drinking.

Paul

6 years ago

I walked over the edge. Liberation!

Mrs Vivian L Dewar

6 years ago

Her rage burned, incandescent but uninvited

David A. Norris

6 years ago

Is that the last Oreo?

Katy

6 years ago

Face plant in the ice cream.

Kelsye

6 years ago

Letter reclaimed, she exhaled. Postman scowled.

G. S. Oldman

6 years ago

Nah, these Fiats always handle mushy.

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