In SIX WORDS or fewer, write a story about a great discovery.

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In SIX WORDS or fewer, write a story about a great discovery.

(Leave your story in the comments below.)


What the heck is this? Based on the response to my six word challenges on twitter, I decided to move the prompts to my blog so that you may all enjoy the responses. Hemingway was the first to write a six word story, though the truth of that is up for debate.


 

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Kelsye

6 years ago

Here’s mine to get us going…

Brussels sprouts taste better in adulthood.

Michael Shuttlesworth

6 years ago

Chivalry is not dead but trending!

Tricia

6 years ago

Plant a seed, grow a garden

Eduardo Suastegui

6 years ago

Life is better when you love

The Ogre

6 years ago

We found it. It liberated everyone.

ubbie

6 years ago

Quiet does not mean peace.

ubbie (@gorgeousubbie)

6 years ago

Quiet does not mean peace.

Clayton Chandler (@TypeIndie)

6 years ago

A kiss can taste like fireworks.

vivianbbooks

6 years ago

He had never stopped loving her.

Afropean

6 years ago

Boredom is extinct. Smartphones killed it.

mbfbword

6 years ago

Edison invented lightbulb; I’m turned on.

Sierra Sugar

6 years ago

Become a mom; become your mom.

Phoenix Grey (@phoenixgrey85)

6 years ago

New world. New place. New heart.

Cassandra

6 years ago

Love strengthens the weakest of people

Carol Flake Chapman (@CarolFChapman)

6 years ago

Turned a corner, crashed into light.

John

6 years ago

That’s no volcano. It’s a cacoon.

Tim McKinstry (@TimMcKinstry)

6 years ago

The world’s there for the taking.

Nathan

6 years ago

Flashlight found in the dark tent.

Paul Jenny

6 years ago

“Listen deeply.” Best last words ever.

Stuart Farquhar (@WStuartFarquhar)

6 years ago

Two pence down back of couch!

James Cochrane

6 years ago

Amid the throng their eyes met.

Olivia Berrier

6 years ago

We are stronger than our demons.

greglumpkin

6 years ago

Two stones struck. Sparks creating fire.

Alaskan @thelastowl

6 years ago

I am not the other me.

Matthew Edmund S

6 years ago

The door open; my wife gone.