In one of our exercises, we asked people to write a six-word memoir, fashioned after the famed book, Six-Word Memoirs, edited by Smith Magazine. Here are a few samples of what people wrote:
Don’t chase what you don’t want. –C.E., New Paltz, New York
My joy. My Sorrow. No difference. –A.B., Westbury, New York
Thought I knew. Hadn’t a clue. –J.C., Greenwich, Connecticut
Turn page. Time for a new story. –K.R., New Jersey
I love you. Not said enough. –M.D., Upstate New York
Words fail me, time for piano. –S.T., Brooklyn, New York
Anyone have a six-word memoir you want to contribute?