Wired.com had a short story contest commemorating what Ernest Hemingway called his best work, a six word short story (“For sale: baby shoes, never worn”). Many authors submitted their best stories. Some of my favorites are:

“Nevertheless, he tried a third time.” James P. Blaylock

“Starlet sex scandal. Giant squid involved.” Margaret Atwood

“Thought I was right. I wasn’t.” Graeme Gibson

“Please, this is everything, I swear.” Orson Scott Card

“He read his obituary with confusion.” Steven Meretzky

Here is my attempt:
Six words. Creative, he was not.