six word story no. 189

She trailed petals in her wake.

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the center of the universe

“Today most scientists would agree with the ancient Hindus that nothing exists or is destroyed, things merely change shape or form…the cosmic radiation that is thought to come from the explosion of creation strikes the earth with equal intensity from all directions, which suggests either that the earth is at the center of the universe, as in our innocence we once supposed, or that the known universe has no center.”

–Peter Matthiessen, The Snow Leopard

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six word story no. 153

Callisto sported craters, scarps, and knobs.

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six word story no. 152

She felt she was being watched.

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six word story no. 150

Persphone grew restless and rearranged furniture.

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Bodypainting art by world champion Johannes Stoetter.

six word story no. 144

Solstice fires burned throughout the night.

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six word story no. 136

Not my monkey, not my circus.

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photo credit: Christian Ziegler/National Geographic Magazine