Robin Hawke


A Week of Six Word Stories, October 18-24
October 25, 2011, 1:20 PM
Filed under: Six Word Stories

The marriage flourished: reverse-engineered love.

Jet lagged, she threw herself. Home.

Anonymous missive. Flattered, she awaited another.

One molecule. Her love—one atom.

A reprieve, my bald one. Rest.

Pilot seeks anyone serious, young, faithful.

The widow collected frogs, shells, antiques.

Link to related posts.

(These stories were posted, one by one, on DIY Romance, where you will find more six word stories. Feel free to submit your own.)

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Great work, as always.
“The marriage flourished: reverse-engineered love.” – my favourite. Reverse-engineered love = ingenious.

Comment by scribbla

I can’t decide between the reverse-engineering or the reprieve…Robin

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