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“Thinking Air Force. Or maybe dancer.” The Best Six-Word Memoirs of the Week

Friday, August 13th, 2010

By Larry Smith

The heat broke on the east, as did the spirit of at least one flight attendant, but your Six-Word Memoirs could not be stopped. Here are six six-worders we love from the week ending August 13. Click on each author’s name to check out more memoirs.

Most Pragmatic: “Dreamed of bohemia. Changed my mind.” —TheQuietOne
Most Determined: “Goal: Kiss him before he leaves.” —Invisiblegirl, from SMITHTeens
Most Versatile: “Thinking Air Force. Or maybe dancer.” —Emonerd_951
Most Creative Biblical Interpretation: “Love thy neighbor, through parted curtains.” —Renegade
Best Imagery: “Dining solo, but not without candlelight.” —Geo
Most Universal: “Everyone has scars. Everyone has stories.” —HearUsNow, from our new six-word project, Six Words on Pain & Hope, with the nonprofit, To Write Love on Her Arms.

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One response

  1. Jojo says:

    No accolades again this week. Bummer.

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