six word story no. 185

Spoken each night by lovers unaware. *

*excerpted from California poet laureate Dana Gioia’s poem, “The Lunatic, The Lover, and The Poet”

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six word story no. 177

Madness with a jolt of irony.

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six word story no. 176

In reality, bats ran the belfry.

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six word story no. 155

She dreamed and then she awoke.

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six word story no. 153

Callisto sported craters, scarps, and knobs.

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six word story no. 150

Persphone grew restless and rearranged furniture.

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six word story no. 149

The new year required some tending.

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