Six Word Story #180

Suffocating, drowning, darkness, yearning for death.


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73 thoughts on “Six Word Story #180

  1. Six loves down, black widow joins.
    I’m wondering where this 6 word thing comes from. I’ve heard of the supposed “shortest short story”* as they used to call it by Ernest Hemingway. But it does seem senselessly arbitrary. I guess if someone famous had claimed a 7 word story as the most elegant short story ever then that would have been the tradition. I have a 9 1/2 word story found on a shred of paper found in the debris of a tornado in Kansas blah blah… Now I just need a publicity agent to promote it and get it covered on the news… Seems like traditions are too fickle.
    * “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.” is a six-word story, generally attributed to Ernest Hemingway

  2. illuminating my love makes dark light.

    [mixed etymologies of Latin versus anglo-saxon or germanic makes for interesting synonyms of illuminate and light up etc. but light & heavy are more ambiguity. Then there’s “my love” as a particular person versus a thing which I give. So both I suppose is a convenience.]

    Inspected his double entendre package well.

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