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March Slice of Life Challenge

Six word memoir and nothing more.

Innovation, a driving force that propels.

Passion is exhilarating, enlivening, and exhausting, .

Fill writer’s block with one liners.

Hamster running on wheel–stop now.

I fill my page and another.

Plate is full–pile up more.

Life is good but too busy.

Papers to grade–a fire made?

The biggest challenge yields greatest reward.

No break weekend: KMWP, soccer, schoolwork.

Slowing down,winding down,falling asleep.

Waking up, daughter in my face.

The weekend is here–time slows.

Time slows, never stops, constant motion.

Fine line between passion and obsession.

Noise never stops–long for silence.

Springing forward–lose an hour of sleep.

Springing forward, need to catch up.

Springing forward beckoning spring to come.

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5 thoughts on “Six Words +

  1. I love the repetition in your ending . . .
    “Springing forward–lose an hour of sleep.
    Springing forward, need to catch up.
    Springing forward beckoning spring to come.”

    Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I’m impressed with how many 6-word memoirs you came up with here! Have you ever submitted any to Six Word Memoirs? As I read yours I realize that our lives are a kaleidoscope, so having a whole series of 6 word memoirs captures that constant change in our lives.

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  3. The six-word memoir is genius. So much in every line. My favorite was, “Hamster running on wheel, stop now.” Sometimes it is so hard to quiet the mind long enough to even think. Thanks for the great post!

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  4. I haven’t tried six-word memoirs in a long time. It’s a good strategy to use when someone is stuck, eh? That said, when you have to be that economical with words, you really have to be thinking!

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