In SIX WORDS or fewer, write a story about a precarious situation.

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Writing prompt: In SIX WORDS or fewer, write a story about a precarious situation.

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Fun fact: That’s me in the picture, messing around in the bunkers at Fort Worden in Port Townsend, WA.

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Tracy Shew

5 years ago

Tried to reboot; Bluescreen!

G Craig Vachon (@c_ster)

5 years ago

Neighbor’s drone – no more nude sunbathing

Katie Spina

5 years ago

Mom texted. “I want to talk.”

Mike

5 years ago

He pulled the pin and waited.

Marco

5 years ago

“Once flipped, she realised her mistake.”

Kelsye

5 years ago

Engine chokes. “Wait, you can’t sail?”

Karen Croci

5 years ago

Why did he die that day?

karenawyle

5 years ago

Sweaty hands and a LONG way down.

fhaedra

5 years ago

His threat hover. I conjured courage.

David Shockey (@davidshockey)

5 years ago

Before Cari joined we were precarious.

Kelsye

5 years ago

Hahahaha!

Julie Whitley

5 years ago

Lost. Scared. Achieved. Grew. Saved family

Scott Rainey, Portland Oregon

5 years ago

Deep breath, push button.

Edward

5 years ago

Baby shoes advertisement truncated after “baby.”

stanprager

5 years ago

I stepped over the edge and …. #6words

Peter Klobucar

5 years ago

Stuck throttle. Panic ensued.

cameronyow

5 years ago

Withdrawing her medication caused her seizure.

ShennonDoah

5 years ago

“Mom, is the Easter Bunny real?”

Robin Janney (@Ra_janney)

5 years ago

*Blindly walking through the dog’s bathroom.*

Scott Rainey, Portland Oregon

5 years ago

Cut the red wire.

Roshni Khanna Talreja

4 years ago

He asked ‘will you marry me?’

Stacey

4 years ago

Darkness. Oh, God, what was that?!

Amanda McGee

4 years ago

Don’t say I didn’t warn you.