Thursday, September 30, 2010

Duff D Moss' Writing Challenge

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Every other week my fellow writer, Duff D Moss issues a Writing Challenge through the forum. Those that participate have one week to get their entries published. The following week there is a results thread to list entry URLs for all to see. This blog will list the entries. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as we enjoy creating them. Read more...

Writing Challenge Round 29

The words this week have been provided by forum regular (ever practical?) irenen1.

She has suggested the following words:
lunar anomoly and spider(s)


Writing is a Business at Triond
By irenen1 on September 28th, 2010
Writing for Triond is a business and YOU as a true community friend can help make it more profitable for all. Read more...

Five Things Men Should Never Know About
By Duff D Moss on September 28th, 2010
The modern male is subject to all manner of horrors ranging from circumcision to dieting. There are however five things that men should NEVER, EVER, know about, not only for the sake of their sanity but for the sake of human peace overall. Read more...

Chapter Nine: A Lunar Anomaly and a Spider
By Annie Hintsala on September 28th, 2010
I dialed the office, not waiting for Bruce to answer my question about pizza and praying someone other than my boss was there to answer the phone. My prayers were answered, but, as often happens when praying to gods, their sense of humor is not my own. Read more...

The One
By miraj on September 29th, 2010
Rising from the bosom of nothingness
He manifests Himself in many forms
formless yet, He contemplates
an existence without a beginning or end

Challenge 29, Lunar Anomaly and Spiders
By cassandra antares on October 1st, 2010
To claim fame
what’s in a name?
Is word rhyming a game?
Played by the wind?

Duffs Writing Challenge Round 29_lunar Anomalies vs. Spider
By Marie Milton on October 2nd, 2010
There was something inconsistent and irregular,
about the way they walked.
It was like a sideways stagger,
upon their thin, eight stalks.

Chocolate Dinosaur Fights Zombie Michael Jackson!
By choochoo on October 3d, 2010
One day Chocolate Dinosaur was walking home late at night through the graveyard. He returned from a bizarre party where he had sex with several dinosaur chicks of different sizes and shapes. Of course he was a little drunk and disorientated. Read more...

His Final View: A Poem About a Doomed Love
By LCM Linda on October 3rd, 2010
Every night spider looked up at the sky.
He enjoyed the lady changing face.
Fondness for this beauty was scoring high.
Would she take his affection with grace?

Octavia’s Spider
By Cebah on October 3rd, 2010
Octavia hated spiders. In fact she feared them so much she even considered her dislike for them bordered on a phobia. She sat there and thought about it as she watched the large spider in the corner of her bedroom spinning her web. Read more...

A Special Mercy
By nymphofairy on September 28th, 2010
“What’s wrong, Linda, why are you so drawn up? I aint gonna hurt you. You a pretty lady but I don’t want Killer to kick my ass. Ha ha…you know killer could kill me, Linda.” Tommy just kept talking. “That’s funny aint it, Linda.” Read more...

Lunar Anomaly and the Mutant Spider
By Darla Smith on September 30th, 2010
I saw a lunar anomaly last night,
the strangest sight I've ever seen.
It was viewed throughout the world,
more scary than ghosts on Halloween.

By Rod Ferrandino on September 28th, 2010
Johnson turned away from the wind, rain beading his Stetson, and he took a bitter moment to examine his plight. He had nothing to eat, and hadn’t for two days, and he had maybe a small handful of moldy hay for the roan. Right now, water wasn’t a problem, so the hunger wasn’t yet life-threatening, but it wasn’t nature he feared most, anyway. Read more...

The Perception of a “Lunar Anomaly”
By Alistair Briggs on October 6th, 2010
It is easy to see something that isn’t the something that you thought it was if you are looking at it in a way that is different from someone else. Or something like that. Read more...

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