Six Word Memoirs Part 3

Hello Everyone!

I hope everyone is having a wonderful day, today. If not, I hope that a little bit of poetry can cheer you up. I decided that since we had such an empty week last week, that I’d make up for it with some extra creative writing pieces added to the mix this week. Everyone has responded really well to all the poetry I’ve been writing and my Six Word Memoirs, so I thought I’d make some more. Today is going to be the third installment in my series of Six Word Memoirs so if you want to check out the first two parts, you can find Part 1 here and Part 2 here. These are independent things so you really don’t need to read the others, but I’d appreciate it if you did. If you don’t know what a Six Word Memoir is, I’d recommend checking out SMITH Magazine’s Six-Word Memoirs for some idea. Six-Word Memoirs are pretty self-explanatory. Basically it’s just a memoir which focuses on the most important, life changing things, or the most mundane things in life. The memoir must be made up of six words: no more and no less. It’s just that easy. If this is something that interests you and you really fall in love with the style, feel free to submit your own to SMITH Magazine or post them down below in the comments so everyone can read them. I’d love to read them and I know others would too! Down below are some of mine. I hope you like them and maybe even inspire you to write some of your own.


Motivation Is Dropping Like Autumn Leaves

Eighty Degrees In September Is Unfair

Nine Months Later; Still Working Here

I Don’t Spend Enough Time Reading

Rather Discuss Politics Than Small Talk

Halloween Belongs In October, Not September

Looking For Government Job And Healthcare

Current Mood: Rewatching Parks and Recreation

Listening To My Life On Shuffle

Running With Only Half An Idea

Losing Sleep Preparing For Nonexistent Situations

Willing To Relocate For Life Opportunities

Motivation To Write Happens At 1AM

Breakfast Food Is Good Anytime

Living Vicariously Through Video Game Characters


Header Photo Credit to SMITH Magazine Six-Word Memoirs

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