Confused Confetti – Six Sentence Story

The puzzle looked like confused confetti so I jumped right in to set things straight. No piece was totally benighted because each had a right side though some of them displayed their wrong sides up. I was grateful for those few that had edges.

With all pieces properly placed (except for those the dog ate) the puzzle displayed an image of white puzzle pieces scattered on a dark table waiting for someone to jump in and straighten them out.

And that’s all there is to this confused tale. I’m still wondering why I jumped into that mess of confetti.


Denise offers the word “confetti” to be used in this week’s Six Sentence Stories.

Puzzle Pieces Prior to Polarization

Author: Frank Hubeny

I enjoy walking, poetry and short prose as well as taking pictures with my phone.

62 thoughts on “Confused Confetti – Six Sentence Story”

  1. excellent Six… visual with a laugh
    (truth be told, I’m a fan of such puzzles, at least in terms of the 21st Century version which allow you to upload an image the app breaks it into pieces to be returned to their proper place)

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    1. That one was a gift with a challenge to finish it.
      However, they are hard and I don’t recommend them. Fortunately I had help. Thank you, Denise!


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