"Here are a few of those “6-Word Stories” that “Ricky’s Kids” wrote; I’m quite proud of these guys…of course, I had to spell a few words for them (and keep repeating, “6 words, 6 words only, no more than 6 words, no less than 6 words), but…"
My Mind Wanders; Hope It Returns
“Perfect” Takes Time I Don’t Have
Life is Fair; People Are Not
Others Are Losers; I Found You
We Are a Lack of Words
She Fears No Evil; She Lies
He Dies Every Day Doing Nothing
Can’t Stop Loving, But He’s Bogus
….and my 2 favorites
What Happens Here Stays on YouTube
American Dream Running Out of Time
Six word stories belong to a recently-named genre called "flash fiction" or "microfiction" and originated with a story that may or may not have been written by Hemingway: "For sale: baby shoes, never worn."
There is now a website called Six Word Stories that has a collection of these stories categorized by author and subject. Here are a few I found under my favorite subject "word play":
The day unfolds. I fold laundry. - R. Armour
Girl on fire. An old flame? - nihualahain
Love triangle. You get the point. - Dan
P.S. "Brevity is the soul of wit" is a line from Shakespeare's Hamlet that just happens to be six words.