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“Find myself under all this clutter.” The Best Six-Word Memoirs of the Week

Saturday, December 31st, 2011

By Alyssa Jocson

This week, most dined, some whined, and some tried to unwind. At SMITH, the Six-Word Memoirs reflected all of this holiday activity. Plus, memoirists have been writing up their New Year’s resolutions in six words in preparation for a new beginning. Below are the best memoirs of the week, all taken  from the Six-Word Resolutions section. Click on each name for more reading.

Best Advice: “Don’t look back, it’s dark there.” -DaniB (picture above)
Best Imagery: “Find myself under all this clutter.” -Debtwo
Timeliest Reference: “Won’t discard people like Christmas trees.” -notyouraveragegrandma
Most Poetic: “Being away. Being alone. Being okay.” -OneWhiteTree
Most Writerly: “Dangle more modifiers; split more infinitives.” -Susan_Breeden
Best Metaphor: “Keep drawing from a bottomless bucket.” -

2 responses

  1. Contemplative says:

    Nice work everyone. These above are particularly spectacular and inspirational. Keep them coming all year round!!

  2. bevvie says:

    kudos to all

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