In SIX WORDS or fewer, write a story about the morning after.

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Writing prompt: In SIX WORDS or fewer, write a story about the morning after.

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Anonymous

3 years ago

“Mistakes can sometimes lead to Forever”

Kelsye

3 years ago

We shook hands, blushing. Bellhop smirked.

Lesley Dewar

3 years ago

Morning sunlight kisses your sated lips

Irene Bell

3 years ago

I waited.That was it? Disappointment.

G. S. Oldman

3 years ago

“Clothes?” she said, “What are those?”
——
An *I Voted” selfie? Oh shit…

Scott Rainey

3 years ago

Breakfast?
No.

onintze

3 years ago

She wore his trousers to work

James Braswell

3 years ago

Morning? All around me was darkness.

mzkesh

3 years ago

Wondering if it was worth it.

LL

3 years ago

We lay there, exhausted but glowing.

maria

3 years ago

“Oh No!” The bed was empty.

V Harris

3 years ago

She burned the wrinkled sheets.

James Barker (@realjamesbarker)

1 year ago

What’s her name. Fuck.
“Morning handsome.”

James Barker (@realjamesbarker)

1 year ago

“Gina?”
Smiles.
“Carol”
“Morning”
Oh my.

James Braswell

1 year ago

I found myself in my bed.