Simple, write a story or poem about love. Heartbreaking love, funny love, sweet love - I dont care anything you want really. Giving a hint, the stronger it is, the more likely you are to win. Valentines is the last day to summit anything.
First place gets seven things rated and comented
Second place gets five things rated and comented
Third place gets three things rated and comented
Fourth place gets one thing rated and comented
I'm sorry I wont rate or coment on any novels.
Oh and Sometimes my screen name is Kayleigh S. and sometimes Zozey, so if you ask a question, it could be either
Do we comment it? Or what?
How many can we submit?
Okay so yes you just post your story here, I'm not sure what you mean by, do we coment it. Well you can submit as many as you want because I am excepting everything up till Febuary 15.
Sorry for any spelling mistakes, I meant accepting (I think)
I would like to submit my short story CUPID and my other short story THE PIANO'S DANCERS please :).
Good job Guardianofthestars, those were to great stories, I enjoyed reading them, espesaliy Cupid. I loved Cupid because it was so different, I don't think I have read (or heard of) anouther story from Cupid's veiw. I liked the Piano's Dancers simply because they don't get back together, it accutualy ties the story together. Good job. To everyone else, a reminder, you have up till Febuary 15! (I would end on Valentines but I figure someone might want to write something on Valentines)
What Once was Lost
The night was an oil painting hung to dry, textured patches of blue and black fluttering in a slight breeze; the dim light of the street lamps wavered ever so slightly as an enigmatic figure passed beneath its arching neck. The woman was a living shadow, whispering soothing words that were lost in the wind, destined to spiral through the night sky for eternity, echoing the woman’s voice to the emptiness beyond. She was quite out of place in a world where optimism was determined by electronics, and wars settled with explosives rather than people.
Her burden was physically quite light, though it weighed on her heart like an iron rod bent and coiled over her chest. It writhed in a bundle of animal pelts, her only child, oblivious to the biting cold, conscious only of the song that her mother murmured to her through the darkness.
She did not understand the words that vanished as they melded with the night, the breeze blowing them steadily away, lithe and swift, more so than the fastest sprinter alive. Yet as tranquil as the song seemed to be, her mother was left with the bitter irony of her music. How cruel it was that the tale behind the restful song was the tale that gave rise to such a journey on a raw winter night. But as the dry cold began to seep into her bones, the woman spotted her destination, a golden speck in the distance that flickered as the snowflakes passed over its glow.
She started toward the light, both relief and dread spreading throughout her mind, bringing a dull ache to both her fingers, numb with frostbite, and her heart, which she wished could numb, only to end the pain of that night’s trip.
Still she flitted from shadow to shadow; still she clutched the young girl in her arms. But although two people had left on their journey, only one would return, and the woman would be left with only half of her heart.
I would also like to submit my fan fiction A Cold-Hearted Tale, which may or may not be on my page for some reason, but if it isn't then search it, and it will come up. Thanks!
Good job, AthenaMarisaDeterminedByFate. I really liked a Cold Hearted Tale. Good job :). Everyone else, six days until the contest closes. I'm looking forward to reading more.
Okay dokey people. You have 3 days left to enter. Please do!!!!
Thank,s Zozey ^_^ (I just now got on and saw your complement -_-))
Why not. FADED MEMORIES.
Wow, I liked that virhet. I liked how they were nameless, really good. My only problem was sometimes, I had trouble telling who was speaking. Six hours left, people, Please enter!
The Death Song of a Lonely Soul
Hiding is my identity
the shadows are my friends
quiet is my haunting spirit.
My soul was scorched by the fire
that still burns in my mind.
I have been pushed away from love and
hidden behind lies.
Nightfall is when I can hide
yet by day in bitterness I reside.
My heart is like a wilting flower
it dies one petal at a time.
Some prayers will never be answered
and some dreams are eternally deferred.
Be not this terrible curse for I never need feel the pain because no matter the happenstance or the cruelty, hiding will forever be my identity.
Okay this contest is officaily closed. To those who entered, I am going to try and get the winnings posted today or tomorow. :)
Alrighty, here you go:
First place: A cold-Hearted Tale
Second Place: Faded Memories
Third Place: The Piano's Dancers
Fourth Place: Cupid
Good job to everyone! Congraulations to those who one something, I had a really hard time chooseing :). Please keep in mind that it may take me a little bit to post comments and ratings on your stuff. Oh and post here what you want me to comment on, if its not posted within two weeks I will choose something myself.
Could you check out Fire and Ice, Your Eyes, and Let the Mountains Speak? Also, if you've read or seen The Golden Compass, I'd like you to read Asriel and Marisa: A Back Story for a Back Story and/or The Golden Compass: How it Should have Ended. Other than that, read whatever you like. Thanks!
Yay! I won :D. Could you please read my stories A stands for Angel, Saving Humanity, Leaf Tornadoes, and A Box of Secrets ? Thank you again!!
Sorry I haven't read/watched the Golden Compass. I read/commented/rated Fire and Ice, Your Eyes, Let the Mountains Speak, The Coffee Shop, A Calvin and Hobbes, The Gladiator King, and Light Bulb. If I didn't comment or rate one of those please tell me. Great writing and imagry :)