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Storm Approaches
Write a short story where a storm is approaching. Minimum length 700 words. Maximum Length 4,000 words.
5.00 member dollars  Fiction  14 of 18 20.00 member dollars Contests
What is Love?
Write a free verse poem. Free verse is a form of poetry that does not necessarily follow to any specific meter patterns, rhyme, or any other pattern. Free verse, despite its freedom, often still has some elements of form. Most free verse does observe a convention of lines and structure. No rhyming patterns.
5.00 member dollars  Poetry  9 of 18 45.00 member dollars Contests
Competition
Write a free verse poem. Free verse is a form of poetry that does not necessarily follow to any specific meter patterns, rhyme, or any other pattern. Free verse, despite its freedom, often still has some elements of form. Most free verse does observe a convention of lines and structure. No rhyming patterns.
5.00 member dollars  Poetry  9 of 18 45.00 member dollars Contests
The time of my life:
Write a short story. The topic is: The best time you ever had in your life. It can be as an adult or as a child. Please keep it clean. Minimum length 100 words. Maximum Length 4,000 words.
5.00 member dollars  Not Specific  13 of 18 25.00 member dollars Contests
The Enjoyment of Eating!
The enjoyment of eating! Yes, the contest entries can be about eating enjoyment, but they can also be about enjoyable times that happened while eating. Topic does not have to be addressed directly, but must be incorporated into piece. Readers should be able to laugh at the entries! Any type of submission, poetry, non-fiction, fiction, etc., is welcome. Works must be 300 words or less. Word count must be listed in author's notes.
5.00 member dollars  Not Specific  10 of 18 40.00 member dollars Contests
What Makes Me Happy
Write a RHYMED poem, minimum three stanzas long, on what makes you happy. Any rhyme scheme, any style - from a sonnet to a quatrain. NO FREE VERSE.
5.00 member dollars  Poetry  12 of 18 30.00 member dollars Contests
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