Friday, June 8th, 2012
This week, readers around the world said farewell to esteemed author Ray Bradbury, while Natasha Tretheway was named the 19th U.S. Poet Laureate. As scientists uncovered exciting mammoth bones in Iowa, authors at SMITH revealed their own stories, confessions and fears in these Six-Word Memoirs.
Best Spin: “Not lazy, I’m a selective participator.” - jamja28
Loveliest Metaphor: “Dammit Red Rover, send SOMEBODY over.” - hieronimo
Most Eloquent Elegy: “Ray’s in the October Country now.”- Bevvie
Most Self-Aware: “My greatest fear? “Some assembly required.” - NumbrOneAunt
Most Persistent: “Online dating, take three, next week.” - dakat123 (profile image above)
Best Foul-Weather Remedy: “When it rains, I pour tequila.” - tracyloveshill