Hemingway once wrote a story in just six words (“For sale: baby shoes, never worn.”) and is said to have called it his best work.
WIRED asked several writers to do the same. Here are some examples
With bloody hands, I say good-bye.
– Frank Miller
I’m your future, child. Don’t cry.
– Stephen Baxter
The baby’s blood type? Human, mostly.
– Orson Scott Card
WHY DON’T YOU USE “COMMENTS” HERE A DO THE SAME?
POR QUE NAO USAM OS “COMMENTS” AQUI E CONTAM UMA HISTORIA EM SEIS PALAVRAS?
UPDATE: 35 minutes after the post I had over 350 stories. And as I need to sleep, I must close the comments here. THANK YOU VERY MUCH for participating!
ATUALIZAçíƒO: 35 minutos depois do post eu tinha acima de 350 histórias. E como preciso dormir, vou fechar os comments aqui. MUITO OBRIGADO por terem participado!