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Thought for the day: When choosing a future career, consider comedy. Even if you aren’t very good at it, no one will laugh at you. Thank you to everyone who ‘liked’ my six word novels. Now, I’m off until September. … Continue reading
Separated by war. Hope fought valiantly.
An eager victim made her smile.
Loving him didn’t make him care.
Focus. Return. Lunge. Ace. Match. Ignominy.
Sleeping pills silenced demons, she hoped.
Sucker punch. Goliath just glares. Crap.
I recently learned about a literary form of storytelling called the six word novel. Ernest Hemingway was credited with the most famous form of the story with: ‘For sale: baby shoes. Never worn.’ This reminds me of the haiku. It’s … Continue reading
“What’s got you so bummed out?” Joe asked his brother. “Death, man. Death of an idea. A personal friend. Freedom. And when freedom dies, what’s left to live for?” complained Grant. “Why do you always have to be so cryptic? … Continue reading