Friday, July 10, 2009

Once upon a yellow brick road--

We also wrote some six-word adaptations of The Wizard of Oz {another story Pyper has written and will share with you soon:
The Wizard of Oz from a monkey’s point of view!}

Here are some of our six-word stories
:: down the yellow road of bricks ::

Ruby shoes click on yellow bricks.
:: c ::

Dorothy was nice to her friends.


Yellow, red, shoes, bricks all around..........


This story, your little dog too...
:: c ::


Ok your turn write some six-word stories and you can share them as a comment...we’d love to read them and post some of your sixwords!!! Too bad you can't join our meetings at the cafe......

write-- write-- write--
pyper! :: c ::

By the way...... In case you were wondering where we got the idea to do six-word stories, the original six-word story was written by the famous writer Ernest Hemingway, it is said that he thought this was the best story he ever wrote. This is his story:
For sale: baby shoes, never used.

:: oh ya! find us posting six-words, haiku & more on twitter @rooftop_writing ::


Chris T.R. said...

»» "Toto, no!" Then everything started whirling.

More Wizard of Oz in sixwords later, after sending some reports.

Can't wait for the story from a monkey's perspective.


wes said...

Warning very cool words written here #sixwords