Weekly Writing Challenge: Fifty

This weeks writing challenge says:

“You must write a fifty-word story. Not five thousand, not five hundred, but precisely fifty words.”

Here’s my story:

“As a child, I was always a shy little girl full of hopes and creativity. I was afraid to interact with people around. As I grew, I learned how sharing brought smiles to me and many more. I am so happy to have all the lovely people I came across.”

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  17. Nisha says:

    simply wow ❤

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