This six-word story on ‘failure’ is written in response to Shweta’s #6WSP Prompt.
This is written in response to the ‘Twenty-Words Tuesday Prompt’ – hope – by Bulbul.
Don’t we learn a lot from experiments, than from success and failure?
Can motivation be driven, either by internal or external factors? #freeverse
A six-word story at the end is written in response to the prompt word ‘Motivation’.
Success is not what it seems…
A six-word story at the end is written in response to the prompt word ‘Success’.
Most often, dreams come true after a long and lone wait… The post is in response to the ‘Twenty-Words Tuesday Prompt’ by Bulbul.
Compassionate Revenge – That feeling when you grow manifold…
The post is in response to the ‘One-Liner Wednesday Prompt’ by Linda G. Hill.
The six-word story prompt for this week is ‘Home’. Here are a few versatile stories on ‘home’.
The six-word story prompt for this week is ‘Leave’. I was left alone with boredom and so there are quite many six-word stories.
Man’s greatest burden is unfulfilled potential. Don’t feel pressured. Instead, tell yourself, “I need to get through this because I can’t imagine a life without me.”
Sure, everyone gets motivated at success. But, very few get motivated at failures.
Have you ever seen a duck swimming in a pond? It appears so calm. But underneath the surface, it is paddling away crazily..
Will we ever meet again?
Can we manage stuff all alone?
Can we face the world ?
Will we satisfy the expectations that people look at us with?
A lot more can be added to this list.