One Tweet Memoirs

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I have a Twitter account. OK, yes, but I have another Twitter account, called One Tweet Memoirs #1tweetmemoir. Nobody except a very small number of exceptional human beings follows it. So, I thought I’d bring it to Daisybrain! Here are some choice tweets from Eric Gordon’s* One Tweet Memoirs:

  • It turned out I had a second heart to give away. A memoir in one tweet.
  • I thought for sure I could survive on chocolate and peanut butter alone. A memoir in one tweet.

  • Andy Griffith. The Dick Van Dyke Show. Northern Exposure. Jessica Jones. I died and my flashback was all reruns. A memoir in one tweet
  • I followed the wind song. I followed the thunder. I followed the neon in young lovers’ eyes. A memoir in one tweet.
  • I was so much older then, I’m younger than that now. A memoir in one tweet.
  • I lived in the most powerful country in the world, one who’s population obsessed over the threat of alleged enemies. A memoir in 1 tweet. 
  • I’m a lumberjack and I’m OK. A memoir in one tweet.
  • I once was lost, but now I’m found by GPS. A memoir in one tweet.
  • My life has been a struggle for connection and autonomy. A memoir in one tweet.
  • I was part of everything. Then I was alone. Then I was part of everything again. A memoir in one tweet.
  • A tapestry to feel and see, impossible to hold. A memoir in one tweet.
  • Well, that was weird. A memoir in one tweet.
  • My world was a series of shrinking rectangular screens. A memoir in one tweet.
  • Narration, description, action, dialogue, theme. A memoir in one tweet.
  • I slept half the time. A memoir in one tweet.
  • I came together and divided hundreds of times. I had a tail for a while. I put clothes on & off. I ate many things. A memoir in one tweet.
  • I only remember the chocolate. A memoir in one tweet.
  • Preschool. Elementary School. Middle School. High School. College. Grad school. Unemployment. A memoir in one tweet.
  • My life has been a tapestry of rich and royal hue. A memoir in one tweet.
  • Born, grew, decayed, died. A memoir in one tweet.
  • I watched a lot of TV. And in my last moment on Earth, my life flashed before my eyes. And it was just a lot of TV. A memoir in one tweet.
  • I was born. I made more people. I died. A memoir in one tweet.
  • I was excited about the things I created. No one noticed. No one cared. A memoir in one tweet.
  • I spend all my waking hours procrastinating in cafes. A memoir in one tweet.
  • I am a mixture of water and carbon that has become aware of its own existence. And so I tweet. A memoir in one tweet.
  • I found love, lost love and ate love. A memoir in one tweet.
  • I came to this place and ate all the chocolate. A memoir in one tweet.
  • What if you wrote a blog and no one came to read it? A memoir in one tweet.
  • Born. Blinked. Started writing one tweet memoirs in my 50’s. A memoir in one tweet.
  • I watched a lot of TV. A memoir in one tweet.
  • What if you had 13,000 followers and not one of them reacted to this tweet? A memoir in one tweet.
  • Nobody but me cares if if doodlepiddy is not a word. A memoir in one tweet.
  • 16 clumsy and shy. A memoir in one tweet.

To avoid reading more of my one-tweet memoirs, don’t follow me at: @1tweetmemoir

*not my real name


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