Thursday, May 13, 2010

Creative Writing: Six-Word Stories

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(Note: This is a finger exercise of "Schreibwerkstatt.de")

THE CHALLENGE
AKA as Flash fiction. This principle, taken to the extreme, is a six-word flash by Ernest Hemingway: "For sale: baby shoes, never worn."
What Hemingway can, we can already! Go tickle the ivories - at least for six words!

MY OUTCOME
  • Avalanche. Dog found four people alive.
  • Fortune cookie: Tomorrow you will die!
  • She knew, one mushroom was poisonous.
  • Last will: The cat gets everything.
  • Lottery won: Tickets for the Titanic.
  • Cancer. She lived another 60 years.
  • Her last discovery: a suicide bomber.
QUESTION
Wow! Not the most easiest challenge!
What other Six-Word Stories do you have?

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