I like the first and second one best. Especially the first one, it strikes me as interesting and funny.
The first one provided an interesting mental image.
Thanks. It was meant to.
That earned several laughs from me and a quick hand-over-screen when my sis came in the room. She probably woldn't appreciate such profound invertation (hey that's a word!) of cliches.
Thank you, Kat! I'm glad you liked them.
I love the second one. Very clever. Did you perhaps have Paolini's Eragon in mind when you wrote it? :)
Thank you!The second one was a twist on the dragon rider cliche in general, and can be interpreted in many ways.
The second two are absolutely fantastic. They are examples of the classic Hemingway because they imply so much in 6 words. In my mind, a "true" Hemingway is not just telling a complete story in 6 words. It's about suggesting an entire world, a whole novel of set up and pay off, in those 6 words. The last two do just that because of all the "backstory" and "aftermath" that's implied.Say... you should write novels based off of those two. ;)
Thank you! I am considering exploring the last two further.
I like the last one. The accounts that could be imagined from it are as varied as they are deeply powerful.What say we both explore that last one further?
Thank you, Patrick! I might do that.