A six-word story is an entire story told in six words. It is a short narrative that can have all of the emotional themes of longer stories—from funny to dramatic, sad to scary. It can be poetic or straightforward.
While these quick stories don’t have the classic beginning, middle, and end of a traditional storyline, they have a subject and verb that give the reader a sense of what’s happened and a bit of conflict.
The most famous Six Word Story is usually attributed to Ernest Hemingway -- it goes something like this:
“For Sale: Baby Shoes. Never worn.”
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Six words can make a compelling narrative. Once you master the art of this short storytelling, try using some of your stories as writing prompts for your next, longer work. Let your creative juices flow!