I found this one at Caterina's:
Ernest Hemingway was once prodded to compose a complete story in six words. His answer, personally felt to be his best prose ever, was "For sale: baby shoes, never used." Some people say it was to settle a bar bet. Others say it was a personal challenge directed at other famous authors.
This is challenging. Since I feel addressed by "famous authors" let's go for it: "Talent drowning in files still dreams" Dedicated to a friend down here, yet not as good as Ernest's, to say the least. More to come ...
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