The Wishing Well – A Six Sentence Story Revisited

Categories Words, Writing

Time again for Six Sentence Stories!

This week I’m letting an older post fill my slot on the grid. Follow the link below to my story inspired by the word WELL. There you’ll also find the link to Ivy Walker’s blog where you can check out this week’s link-up grid and read more stories from a variety of storytellers.

In the meantime, I’ll be working on some newer projects (stay tuned for updates) and will be back next week with a brand new Six Sentence Story for you.

Let’s go…

Smoke stung his eyes as William glared at the well standing impotent in the middle of the scorched field. He likely gave these fields more of his own sweat and tears than that damned well ever gave…

To read the rest, follow the source link below.

Source: The Wishing Well – The Meaning of Me

Lisa A. Listwa is a self-employed writer with experience in education, publishing, and the martial arts. Believing there was more to life than punching someone else’s time clock and inspired by the words of Henry David Thoreau, she traded her life as a high school educator for a life as a writer and hasn’t looked back. She is mother to one glorious handful of a daughter, wife to the nicest guy on the planet, and reluctant but devoted owner of three Rotten Cats. You can find her adventures and thoughts on living life deliberately here on the blog.

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