Seven Days of the Six Word Novel: Day One

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 a simple thing to write, a very difficult thing to write well. In spite of this, I’m ready to give it a shot. I’m going to post a six word novel each day for the next seven days. Let me how well I did. (Preferably without expletives.) Post your own novels in the comments section. Let’s make this ‘Seven Day of the Six Word Novel. Of August’. (I may need to work on the title.)

Story #1

Broken bottles ended their political discussion.

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