Day 2: Six-word Poem

I almost made my own six-word poem until the curiosity attacked me and forced me to search what it means. It was actually a term, made known by Ernest Hemingway when he told us the entire story in just six words. Here is his famous tale:

“For sale: baby shoes, never worn”


So it is an easy challenge for me, huh? Let’s get started!

Too good to be true, you.


Here between the lines, tiredness comes.


Skyscraper city, why are they hungry?


More humane, less humane, no difference.


Christmas: a hope for the mess.


Derrida’s Deconstruction: you are constructively mistaken.


Thirty Days Challenge, are you calling?


So, yap, that’s all I got for today’s challenge. It’s fun you know, I could make it numbers more, but let’s keep it just 7 and if you know me well, you’ll know why I made those six-word poems up above. Those are the things that popped up in my head, spontaneously, when I want to create my six-word poem, and later I know, those are the ones that matter to my heart, lately.

Try to make yours!

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