By the members of Northern Colorado Writers
But what about six words? Can doubling the amount of words to express love increase that feeling among others or break it down to the point it resembles the love Hollywood stars claim between themselves before they break up a week later? Let's find out, shall we? A few members of the illustrious Northern Colorado Writers graciously presented their six-word Valentine's Day stories for your review. Read them while nibbling the good candy and smelling your roses to see if the tales make your heart swell or shrink.
February. Presidents.Spring training. -- Peter Hall
Pink roses. Expected red. Fresh-cut romance. -- Gordon MacKinney
Kitchen dancing, handmade cards, sixy-three years. -- K Wilson
February freezes her heart, snowflake tears. -- Jen S.
Valentines are for girls, he said. -- Jen S.
Blindfolded Cupid aimed. Much too low. -- Sarah Reichert
Russell Stover was undead. She reloaded. -- Chris Nugent
True love came. Choc. O. Late. -- Ruth Shilling
Valentine candy with nuts. No love. -- Rich Keller
Thanks to those who submitted their tales of love, loss, and baseball.
What is your six-word Valentine's Day story?