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Brandon PichneyLataSarah LouiseIgneelsTears
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OCTOBER CONTEST: 10-Sentence Horror Stories
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Well, since it is the month of October, this contest is obviously Halloween-based. The object of the contest is to write a horror story using only fifteen sentences. MUST BE TEN SENTENCES - not any shorter.

Also, make sure to title your entry, so I know what the entry is about before reading it. It kind of spices things up a little bit. The rating of this contest is PG-13, because I know some of us like to put a bit of gore into our stories when it comes to horror, so no HOLDING BACK.

I will pick the winner based on how good of a horror story it is. Remember a story is BEGINNING/MIDDLE/END. Hope that helps.

Well, have fun!!!! Enjoy!!!!! :)

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OCTOBER CONTEST: 10-Sentence Horror Stories

Well, since it is the month of October, this contest is obviously Halloween-based. The object of the contest is to write a horror story using only fifteen sentences. MUST BE TEN SENTENCES - not any shorter.

Also, make sure to title your entry, so I know what the entry is about before reading it. It kind of spices things up a little bit. The rating of this contest is PG-13, because I know some of us like to put a bit of gore into our stories when it comes to horror, so no HOLDING BACK.

I will pick the winner based on how good of a horror story it is. Remember a story is BEGINNING/MIDDLE/END. Hope that helps.

Well, have fun!!!! Enjoy!!!!! :)

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WindyFontaine
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I Miss Myself
Updated Feb 23, 2018
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A collection of poems, shorts, notes to self (and to others). All of these things might be personal to me or what I think about other people's experiences.

Oh and the cover is by @9Jedit on twitter. Amazing work.

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I Miss Myself

A collection of poems, shorts, notes to self (and to others). All of these things might be personal to me or what I think about other people's experiences.

Oh and the cover is by @9Jedit on twitter. Amazing work.

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ShilwygingersfairyGrammarless1Kirishima Aoi
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2. SHY GIRL (eng)
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I meet a little girl with red dress. She's smile to me and step by step walk closer to me. And I'm so surprising, when she show me a knife with fresh blood.

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2. SHY GIRL (eng)

I meet a little girl with red dress. She's smile to me and step by step walk closer to me. And I'm so surprising, when she show me a knife with fresh blood.

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ShadowBobcat10
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Poetry or Prose?
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Poetry, eh? To most people, poetry isn't so interesting, but to those special of us, we know the truth. Poetry can be amazing and vibrant as long as you are reading the right kind of poetry.

But how about explaining poetry? Now that's a different art.

Below, I have supplied the beautiful, the famous, the touching poem "Harlem" by Langston Hughes. In as many or as few words as you need, write a prose about this poem.  It can retell it, explain it, or be a narrative based off it. Anything, as long as it is in a paragraph form (that's what proseis).

So, you think you're up to the challenge? Give it a go!

Harlemby Langston Hughes

What happens to a dream deferred?

Does it dry up      like a raisin in the sun?      Or fester like a sore—      And then run?      Does it stink like rotten meat?      Or crust and sugar over—      like a syrupy sweet?

Maybe it just sags      like a heavy load.

Or does it explode?

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Poetry or Prose?

Poetry, eh? To most people, poetry isn't so interesting, but to those special of us, we know the truth. Poetry can be amazing and vibrant as long as you are reading the right kind of poetry.

But how about explaining poetry? Now that's a different art.

Below, I have supplied the beautiful, the famous, the touching poem "Harlem" by Langston Hughes. In as many or as few words as you need, write a prose about this poem.  It can retell it, explain it, or be a narrative based off it. Anything, as long as it is in a paragraph form (that's what proseis).

So, you think you're up to the challenge? Give it a go!

Harlemby Langston Hughes

What happens to a dream deferred?

Does it dry up      like a raisin in the sun?      Or fester like a sore—      And then run?      Does it stink like rotten meat?      Or crust and sugar over—      like a syrupy sweet?

Maybe it just sags      like a heavy load.

Or does it explode?

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