A story in six words, that's not very many words. That is probably why it is so hard to create a six word story, there's too much restriction, making it so difficult, yet so easy to be creative. There is the pressure, that you have to get it just right. The reason behind this literature, is that a man named Ernest Hemingway, one day came up with a six word story. It gained a lot of fame. He wrote one, "For sale: baby shoes, never worn." That, was a whole story. It seems that maybe this story was created because the baby most likely passed away, before they got to wear the shoes, as sad as it is, I believed it was the right interpretation. It may be, but also, I read that Hemingway made this story as a part of a bet, because people didn't think he could do it. Clearly he did, and people still create them today. But now, I'd like to acknowledge some stories, from people who had the creativity and stamina to make them, and succeed in the challenge.
"Strangers. Friends. Best friends. Lovers. Strangers."
"We laugh. We will make it."
"I’m making each day a masterpiece!"
"Smile more, life isn’t that bad."
"Chocolate Everyday. Sadly, pants give way."
"A thousand wrinkles. A thousand stories."