#SixSentenceStories; Lead

The word from Denise at GirlieontheEdge this week is “lead”, and your story (or poem, soc, what have you) is to be presented with six and only six sentences. Go HERE to link up your six sentence story and see what the merry Sixarians have written. This Six is in response to Sixarian Clark’s piece, which you can read HERE. Like so much that happens around his place and places Clark haunts, all in good fun.

All Aboard by D. Avery

I feel your eyes, I know you’re watching, just remember, Oz never did give nothing to the tall thin man that he didn’t already have, do you roger that?

And where I lead, will you follow, do you know where I’m going with this well stickered suitcase, maybe jumping ship, getting away scot-free to catch the last train to Clarksville?

I’m not really trying to elude you, just having some fun. All are welcome where I’m headed, so, sure, come on along. The location is the intersection of any place you know well and anything you can imagine, at the misty crossroads of fact and fiction— that’s right, you caught that, you follow— it’s a multidimensional place.

Yes, this winding path leads directly to Sixville.

28 thoughts on “#SixSentenceStories; Lead

  1. Nice continuation of Clark’s story. The phrase, “Oz never did give nothing to the tall thin man that he didn’t already have” made me think of the tin man who wanted a heart but already had one. May we all already have those hearts we desire.

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  2. What fun this bloghop is!

    Virtual people writing the adventures of imaginary characters in a place that could be two blocks to the east, straight on ’til you get there.

    Did a road-trip back in 2010 to decide wether it was Rosedale or Clarksdale that played midnight host to Mt. Johnson and ole Scratch hisself…

    Thanks for the Doctrine shout-out (back in the early days of the blog we did hats and t-shirts… maybe bumper stickers!

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  3. Only in America can you Monkey around with a six, and Carole a King-ly musical tour through my childhood , all the way to the Cafe. Or is it the Twilight Zone (cue iconic theme song)?
    This Six sparked joy!

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