Rants. Raves. And Ruminations.
genius, indeed.and yeah, i had to google the word, apocryphal. :P
That'd be an interesting addition to this blog:http://saisaisais.wordpress.com/.:D
wow! something i can only dream of doing with words.. =( now i'm sad.
I'm challenging myself to write flash fictions in 101 words. I agree, this is genius.
My personal favorite:Jennifer stood there, quietly ovulating. -Adam Cadre
alright that made me sad. :Swhen i was younger, i thought brevity meant brave-ness. haha brevity geddit geddit? ang tanga lang.not a big hemmingway fan but now i realize why so many people love him.
And I now doubt why I get 1's on my English classes.
@ soltero : Hahaha awww. For what it's worth, one word whose meaning keeps eluding me is "quotidian."Which is annoying because it simply means "something that occurs every day; commonplace; routine." Like my quotidian forgetfulness of its meaning.@ Manech : interesting blog concept! And i was just thinking if we could have a six-word short story writing exercise amongst ourselves :P@ davidrockens : For all his gifts, Hemingway must've gotten really sad at one point, too. Must be why he shot himself :(@ narnian : Good on you. I need to discipline myself to write shorter entries, instead of just rambling on and on until I get to a point - or not.@ drew: That's five words, which trumps Papa's six hehe."There Hemingway lay, gravely rolling."@ Nyl: It made me sad, too. A tragedy in six words.@ Ming : Not all writers can be novelists, Ming. But we express ourselves in whichever form of writing we find ourselves good at, or are more comfortable in. That's one benefit I derived from joining the blogosphere: it made me write again. Or at least, it made me write something other than the praises of feminine hygiene products, shampoo, and cookies.
W-O-R-D!!!!!we've done this before. interesting talaga, but sadly, am no good at it, hehe.
Rudeboy: Yeah, why not? Sounds like a really good exercise to master concision. :D