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Okay.. soooo... [12 Nov 2004|09:45pm]

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I'm well aware that only Ethan has posted his submission for last week's challenge. But, at his request, here's this week's.


I was driving south of Melrose when I happened upon my lover's old house.
I found myself staring at the closed up door like the day she threw me out.
Diana, Diana, Diana, I would die for you.
I'm in love with you completely, I'm afraid that's all I can do.
She said "You can sleep upon my doorstep, you can promise me indifference, Jim.
But my mind's made up and I'll never let you in again."

This week's story has to be about why one lover won't take the other back. You can use Jim and Diana and create a fabricated background, or you can use original characters, it makes no difference.

And. BEGIN!

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Three short poems [09 Nov 2004|04:20am]
aslananswered
Forgetting

I feared that forgetting you would be too difficult.
A year now, and it has been so easy.
I forgot you a thousand times today.


Potty Haiku

Ventilator hums
White tile chills bare curling toes
Poo falls out my ass

Compulsive Eater

Today I had lunch at the diner on Grace Street.
For just a few dollars I had
a tasty and filling
milk chocolate covered strawberries with cream cheese sandwich bread bowl of soup spoon-fed veal parmesean chicken nuggets
and some pie for desert
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because I'm earlay. [07 Nov 2004|01:55am]

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Title: Libertine.
Author: Ethan (hoods@witty.com)
Rating: uh, dunno.
Summary: Something short and reflective.

got to be some more change in my life.Collapse )

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Turn up the dial and roll up your sleeves. [05 Nov 2004|11:03pm]

keyhole

 

Though the lyrics and melody of a song doesn't change, people and their varying perspectives can cause one to take different meanings and moods from it.

So, in keeping with that, this week's challenge is to listen to listen to Interpol's NYC and write whatever you take from the song. It could be anything from an abstract stream of consciousness piece to something traditional with dialogue.


The lyrics are below the cut for a reference. If you haven't heard the song, then contact me and I'll mail you the song.
 

new york cares.Collapse )

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[04 Nov 2004|09:44pm]

poeticpathetic
[ mood | annoyed ]

Title: Stiff Drunk Revolutionary
Author: Madison (notmyvoice@aol.com)
Rating: Not sure.
Summary: Guess who!




I'll make sure you're satisfied.Collapse )

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[04 Nov 2004|07:58pm]

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Title: Bleat.
Author: Ethan (Hoods@witty.com)
Rating: Your mother.
Summary: Lyrical post.

Caution is a word he never used.Collapse )

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[04 Nov 2004|07:26pm]

keyhole

Title: Untitled.
Author: Kim (landfillsky@aol.com)
Rating: n/a.
Summary: n/a.


 


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Ahem. [01 Nov 2004|01:46am]

drippedink
Since someone didn't mention we were rotating weekly topics...I thought of one for this week.

And it is hard.

Topic: The characters,situations and etc., can be what ever you would like, but the dialogue? The dialogue can only be lyrics from a song, and one song only. Wee, okay.

Ready? Go.

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[31 Oct 2004|11:13pm]

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Title: Seven is the luckiest number.
Author: Ethan (Hoods@witty.com)
Rating: N/R--this post has not yet been rated.
Summary: It's been a while since I could look at myself straight..

 

The consequences that are rendered.Collapse )

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[31 Oct 2004|10:34pm]

keyhole

Title: none.
Author: Kim (landfillsky@aol.com)
Rating: Language.
Summary: A man remembers...

 

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