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August 05, 2012

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Loved your six sentence sunday. Check out mines. :)
http://www.soniawrites.com/2012/08/six-sentence-sunday-his-backward-ways.html

Kate Warren

That was brilliant! When I grow up, I want to write like you do (except still like I do). ;)

Donna Cummings

Six, thanks -- I'll check yours out. :)

Kate, you are too funny! I'm glad you liked it. I'm really looking forward to reading "Bridging the Gaps" after seeing the wonderful snippets you've posted. :)

Lisa Fox

That is some kind of wine - wow! I don't know that I'd want any myself though.

Donna Cummings

Lisa -- LOL -- yeah, I'm not sure that's a wine I'd want to imbibe very often.

Virginia Kelly

Beautiful description, so evocative I can feel her emotions. Wow!

PS--Loving Lord Midnight

Donna Cummings

Virginia, thanks so much! And I'm glad you're enjoying Lord Midnight -- that's great to hear. :)

Karla Doyle

This is a fantastic snippet, Donna. Love your voice in this story.

Donna Cummings

Thanks, Karla -- I truly appreciate that!

Cara Bristol

Oh my God! I love this! The way you tie the wine to her emotion is brillant. My fave Six Sunday post.

Donna Cummings

Cara, you've made my day! Thanks so much. :)

Melissa

Amazing! How do you do that? When they say a picture is worth a thousand words I don't think they've read what you can do with six sentences. :)

Donna Cummings

Melissa, I love that! Thanks. :) And I'm taking that to mean I can recalculate my daily word count requirements now, right? LOL

Sidney Bristol

Dang, that's beautiful and ouch!

karen Y. bynum

Awesome 6 lady! Way to go! :) What a powerful line: It tasted like heartache, with overtones of treachery, and a pronounced finish of despair and hopelessness.

S. J. Maylee

The word choices here are rich and fabulous, making want to wallow right with her and give her a great big hug. :) Fantastic.

Linda Morris

Fantastic. Great description and poignant emotion. And I like her for hitting him where it hurts, in the wallet. Good stuff!

Christine Warner

I LOVED IT! Especially the way she described the wine.

Monica Enderle Pierce

That's some fantastic writing. You've captured her emotions with the wine perfectly. Very skillful six this week.

Carrie Crain

Excellent! Bravo!

Jenny Hickman

Oh, wine and heartache! Your six had such a smooth flow... much like that wine, I imagine! Brilliant.

Elin Gregory

That's lovely imagery. Super stuff.

Samantha Paige

I loved your description of the wine. Wonderful!

Teresa Cypher

That was fantastic! A symphonic blend of wine tasting and heartbreak. Fabulous! :-)

Quantum

Loved it!

A glass of wine is like a crystal ball.
The look, the smell and the taste reflect and resonate with a multitude of emotions.

To capture all of that in six sentences seems like a miracle.
Donna, do you turn water into wine as well?

You most definitely have a magical way with words!

Donna Cummings

Thanks, everyone -- you've really made my day. Okay, my WEEK. :) I'm feeling very motivated right now.

Q, I only wish I could turn water into wine. The best I can do is turn it into coffee! LOL

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