Have you ever thought of your life as a series of six-word memoirs. "A Day in Six-Word Memoirs" is an interesting format being used as a writing prompt on Two Writing Teachers. I am not sure who shared the format but I thought it was a good way to reflect on a day. (If you know who offered this format, please let me know.)
day overstuffed with a to-do list
scurrying around to finish another task
late-night writing when all is quiet
tired of thinking, prepare for surgery
new lens, new view on life
March 14th is now. Tackle the must-do tasks of each day with faith and positivity.
Can you write your day in a six-word memoir? Find the positives of any one-day mixed in with the must-dos.
Thank you Two Writing Teachers for this daily meeting place to connect with a community of reflective writers.
Sending healing and healthy vibes your way as you prepare for surgery. This six word memoir format is brilliant. The addition of the word art created a helpful convergence.ReplyDelete
Back from surgery-groggy and relying on only one eye so thanks for the healing vibes, Tenille.Delete
Carol, I like the six-word format. it really succinctly summarizes what is happening. I especially like, "New lens, new view on life".ReplyDelete
Back from surgery-can't see with the new lens - old one is weak. Thanks for stopping by, Bob. This is like getting a get well greetings from you.Delete
Thinking of you today, glad to hear you are recovering well! These six word memoirs are great; I really like the four transition words/statements: Now, Appreciate, Must, Positivity (actually, reading these in isolation is a bit like their own poetry, too!)ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing this twist on the 6-word memoir, Carol. I am definitely going to try it.ReplyDelete