six word story no. 187

 

Like love, the archers are blind*

*excerpted from the poetry of Federico Garcia Lorca and brought to you with a  steady heart by Journaling as Sacred Practice: An Act of Extreme Bravery, available in print or e-book. April is National Poetry Month! Treat your inner poet to a new book.

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. 180

Goose and gander didn’t share sauce.

Julia Child
Please credit Paul Child, courtesy of Alfred A. Knopf

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six word story no. 179

There would be no more do-overs.

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six word story no. 174

They realized the narrator was unreliable.

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six word story no. 168

Still funny after all these years.

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six word story no. 166

Shiny objects did not distract them.

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