Write about THINGS :)

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So, I wrote a story, and the lovely ElshaHawk commented that it sounded like a challenge- so here it is, the prequel of sorts to my story.

I want you to tell a story through objects. Sort through a purse, walk around a museum, analyze someone’s outfit- the focus of the story should be things. It can be a poem or a story or whatever, and I’m not picky about format or number of entries. The winner will be picked in a week and will get….a comment saying that they won? Hey, ficly, how about some sort of medal system? ;)

Anyways, get crackin’. Visit my original story at http://ficly.com/stories/14733 for inspiration if you need it! Once again, thanks ElshaHawk!

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  1. Avatar Ruby Slippers

    Yay! Thanks for the win!

  2. Avatar H.S. Wift

    I decided to translate mine into spanish. Don’t ask why, I’m still working on that.

  3. Avatar Insert Pen Name Here

    Ooh, I didn’t know about the badge thingy, thanks. This is my first challenge on the new site.

  4. Avatar Concerned Reader

    I like to write about things. Things and stuff.

  5. Avatar Abby (LoA)

    this is a very interesting challenge. Almost so easy that it’s hard. You’ve got me thinking I’ll give you that!
    Abby x

  6. Avatar H.S. Wift

    When you win a challenge, you get a sort of cub scout badge of a match burning brightly; a metaphor for that every time you make a challenge, you light a match, whoever burns the brightest gets the match.

  7. Avatar ElshaHawk (LoA)

    your welcome!
    and hmm….

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Participants

  • Horrorfan13
  • Wednesday [PJ] ((LoA))
  • Ruby Slippers
  • H.S. Wift
  • Cowls
  • Concerned Reader