William Faulkner famously said that a novelist is a failed short story writer, and a short story writer is a failed poet. Hemingway, with his creation of the six-word story, combined poetry and drama into a short form that has grown in popularity while remaining difficult to achieve. ... Here are a few:
For sale: Baby shoes. Never worn. —Ernest Hemingway
Longed for him. Got him. Shit. —Margaret Atwood
Well, I thought it was funny. —Stephen Colbert
Revenge is living well, without you. —Joyce Carol Oates
So...I had to give it a try - how 'bout you?
1. Snow melted, softening earth – birthing spring.
2. When wrong, I need to listen.
3. Cats are mysterious, dogs are not.
4. Slipping, sliding, falling, protected by cellulite! -- a recent personal experience :-)