Our six-word memoirs were inspired by this NPR article and Smith Magazine's Six-Word Memoir project. This year's six-word memoirs are posted along side last year's outside of room 203.
"Sharp Tongue, Dulled Consideration for Consequences."
"I've got curves. The bad kind."
"Risk the now, sore joints later."
"Overanalyzing anything that can be overanalyzed."
"Introverted narcissists. They really do exist."
"Little brother. Two words: devil child."
"Happy birthday! More unneeded art supplies."
"Running from responsibilities to stay active."
"Five minutes without my phone: painful."
"Got A's. Never tried. Now what?"
"Two working eyes; two working heads."
"Wasting time staring at the clock..."
"Strict parents raised a better liar."
"Always trying to prepare. Never enough."
"Give a raft, I'll still swim."
"Tragic news received in comic sans."
"Started watching yesterday. Season two already."
When I was a young child, I knew that I wanted to go to Harvard. To study what, I don’t know. I barely knew what Harvard was, other than th...
To My Dearest, Today in Chem class, I noticed we have some Chemistry of our own. I think you must be a charged molecule Because...
The term “muckraker” has been used to describe reform-minded journalists since after 1900. This term became popular in 1906 when the Presi...
I asked people to give me prompts to write love poems about. The prompts could be anything from Pokemon to The DMV. My challenge was to w...