52 SWS - January1. Write a six word story that reads from left to right and right to left and still have it make sense! Ego twisted, disfigured. Her satisfied stares.2. Write a story involving one specific colour without mentioning the actual colour. To make it slightly trickier, you can only mention one thing that is of that is of that colour! The seedlings emerged through soulless shades.3. Write a story in which the first letter of all six words (of the story) formulates a word. A runner's crimes twisting in chase.4. Write a six word story in the form of a rhyming couplet. Society controlled its every sculpted mold.
She Wanted BothShe chose between bi-positive opposites.