A Six-Word Story and a Haiku

I usually resort to writing a few six-word stories or haikus when I can’t think of anything to write about.

Well, that is certainly the case tonight, with less than 30 minutes to go before the day is over, it’s time to resort.

But I thought I’d mix things up a little, literally, by doing one of each.

Six-Word Story

For sale. Toilet paper. Gently used.

(in homage to perhaps the most famous six-word story: For Sale. Baby shoes. Never worn.)

Haiku

Just five syllables
Followed by seven, then five
How hard can it be

Another day, another post…

*image from MarketWatch

32 thoughts on “A Six-Word Story and a Haiku

  1. Somehow it’s comforting to know that you occasionally don’t know what to write about. Way to bring it home during crunch time!

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  2. I just read that Costco will no longer accept returns of toilet paper… Iโ€™m assuming not for the gently or otherwise reasons… But to let people know that they canโ€™t hoard now and in times of plenty return the palettes of toilet paper with no consequence. Good for Costco!

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