Supposedly, Hemingway once wrote a story in six words: "For sale: baby shoes, never worn." I'm no Hemingway, but I dig the idea of ultra-short stories.
I write them from time to time. You might like some. You can find me on Twitter at @dcwllms.
Sunday, April 23, 2017
1083. The growth of technology
A woman in Kansas City lovingly cultivates a garden of abandoned things. Over there, in the corner, is a Telex machine. It mostly receives messages from the plants in the garden. Every other Thursday, it's wholly given over to manifestos from disgruntled Cypriot astronauts.