Six Words

 It is said that the American writer Ernest Hemingway first penned the six-word story which fully captures all the emotion and action of a longer one. Hemingway’s story was this, “Baby shoes for sale: never worn.” Those six words certainly capture all that any longer story could.

The recent epidemic of gun violence leads me to write this six-word story, “Another American day: Shooter, gun, victims.”

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