SIX WORD MEMOIRS

Where music plays, there is hope.

 

Only one knows my heart’s heart. 

 

Life:  race between absurd and sublime.

 

Make me blush like evening skies. . .

 

Chaotic, impulsive, conflicted. . .but not dull!

 

Like Romeo and Juliet, only happy.

 

Be still, breathe, know—you’re fine.

 

 

No life can withstand close scrutiny.

 

 

Confident to paranoid in twelve months.

 

 

My most prized possession:  his love.

 

 

Up to my armpits in alligators.

 

 

I have a totally random logic.

 

 

The best memories are family memories.

 

 

Recovering from the cancer of gossip.

 

 

My mouth has its own mind.

 

 

I laugh so I won’t cry.

 

 

Longing for what can’t be mine.

 

 

Like dominos, the years tumble down. . .

 

 

It doesn’t feel like home anymore.

 

 

The scales don’t measure my soul.

 

 

Nothing a foot rub can’t cure.

 

 

Trying to find a new normal.

 

 

Will I ever be myself again?

 

 

Compulsively impulsive:  not a good combination. 

  

 

Always cleaning up my own messes. . .

 

 

Freak flag and sassy pants included!

 

 

Really should have handled that differently.

 

 

Not just my brothers; my heroes.

 

 

 

Together 30 years; still in love!

 

 

Followed by a shadow of regret.

 

 

Cage Match:  My strength; your spite.

 

 

I’m more than just my mistakes.

 

 

Your heart is my safe place.

 

 

Adrift; where will I come ashore?

 

 

Make me laugh and I’m yours.

 

 

 

Too many oysters, not enough pearls.

 

 

These brown eyes can win arguments.

 

 

The dream turned into a nightmare.

7 thoughts on “SIX WORD MEMOIRS

  1. I love reading these Mrs. Boyle! I come up with so many in these in my spare time. I was reading these while listening to the song Sweet Disposition by Temper Trap, and started crying. I guess the combination just touched me somehow…

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