Robin Hawke


How early?
March 22, 2012, 10:21 AM
Filed under: Six Word Stories, Three Sentence Stories

Beep Beep. Snooze. Beep Beep Beep.

 

On the road with an ancient laptop. Spent yesterday getting the wireless card working. The hours devoted to troubleshooting technology are as numbing as that third sentence.



Six Word Stories, December
January 10, 2012, 3:07 PM
Filed under: Six Word Stories

I write a six word story every day for DIY Romance. In the past I’ve gathered together a week’s worth to post on this site. That’s changed with the new year. Now, I’ll gather a few of my favorites from the past month to share. If you enjoy six word stories, and wish to receive daily doses, wing on over to DIY to subscribe. Otherwise, join me here with a monthly dip in the pool:

Their commute became his or hers.

Their timing produced an underdone mess.

Easy loving was hard on Minnie.



A Week of Six Word Stories, December 13-19
December 20, 2011, 4:06 PM
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John explained his love with texts.

Lara chose to believe Ray’s love.

Easy loving was hard on Minnie.

High tech solitude visited the newlyweds.

Somebody whispered an I love you.

The prizefighter crashed on Lori’s bed.

Early days. The rush thrived on promises.

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



A Week of Six Word Stories, December 6-12
December 13, 2011, 3:40 PM
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Sandra winnowed his objections over steak.

Sylvia’s memories, fractured by doubt, haunted.

Bob rewarded punctuality. Tina caught notice.

Through Pete, Penny discovered poached eggs.

Hard muscles softened under Tom’s care.

Rose petals perfumed the hotel bed.

His pocket. Her ring. Nellie’s key.

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



A Week of Six Word Stories, November 29-December 5
December 6, 2011, 1:39 PM
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Flora’s thoughts circled: kisses, groceries, kisses.

His love, glacier slow, upheaved her.

Larry pushed through Rosie’s bashful boundaries.

Kate loved the landscape. Michael’s jaw.

Michael grazed on Lydia’s pouty lips.

If we are, I need commitment.

Their marriage was a fizzy alliance.

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



A Week of Six Word Stories, November 22-28
November 29, 2011, 3:35 PM
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Battle weary; love ready. Escape planned.

Michael carried the burden. Sally’s deed.

Exposed, Jeff’s castle of love tumbled.

They held hands during movies, still.

Moonlight, sunlight, starlight, neonlight—incandescent kisses.

Imperfect ring tempered holiday cheer.

Hopes carried them over stoop, threshold.

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



A Week of Six Word Stories, November 15-21
November 22, 2011, 3:36 PM
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A synchronous orbit followed starry eyes.

First look, interest. Second, acute awareness.

Jacob pulled Molly. Into arms, future.

Felicia read him, undeterred by handwriting.

Jazz laughed in response to love.

His infidelity, hers? Did it matter?

Carnivals of feeling attended lover’s burial.

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