six word story no. 134

Sparrows were a raptor’s favorite treat. 

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six word story no. 133

The levee fell and wildlife returned.

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six word story no. 132

They discovered Rickie at Reclamation Road.

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six word story no. 131

Living beneath the bridge wasn’t terrible.

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six word story no. 130

She paused, then made an entrance.

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six word story no. 129

She maintained a policy of peace.

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six word story no. 128

The coven reconvened as a precaution.


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