Thursday, February 7, 2008

Six Word Memoirs

I like to believe that "less is more" especially in writing and Not Quite What I Was Planning: Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Famous and Obscure is a perfect example.

Catholic girl. Jersey. It’s all true. – Mary Elizabeth Williams

Became my mother. Please shoot me. – Cynthia Kaplan

Full of tequila and bad ideas. – Buck Johnston

I still make coffee for two. – Zak Nelson

My second grade teacher was right. – Janelle Brown

Not as blonde as I look. – Ellen Meister

Gin joints. Love affairs. No relation. – Dean Ellis

Stole wife. Lost friends. Now happy. – Po Bronson

Girls from the Bronx are different. – Arielle Basch

I like big butts, can’t lie. – Dave Russ

Well, I thought it was funny. – Stephen Cobert

Danced in fields of infinite possibilities. – Deepak Chopra

1 comment:

teaorwine said...

Interesting...a great assignment for a high school English class.