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.

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Here between the lines, tiredness comes.

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Skyscraper city, why are they hungry?

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More humane, less humane, no difference.

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Christmas: a hope for the mess.

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Derrida’s Deconstruction: you are constructively mistaken.

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Thirty Days Challenge, are you calling?

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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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Elisabeth Yosephine

Not an open book. I tell things I want people to know. Even so, I tell them in different viewpoints according to what response I want to get.

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