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Writing Prompt

SuiGeneris

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I know I have to do these every day for a writing course I'm taking, but I was wondering if everyone would be interested in a contest of sorts.

Anyways; someone (the judge or whomever) would think of a word or saying; and then each person who entered would write a short story/narrative/poem (whatever) using that word as the focus.

So example:

Writing Prompt is Society

Entrant A writes poem about how unfair society is.
Entrant B writes a story about the next matrix.
Entrant C writes a story about a man who takes over the world.
Entrant D writes a poem about education.

You get the idea. Just wondering if people would be interested in it. It's a great practice for writers, and I thought it'd be pretty interesting to see where people go with this.
 
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Æshættr

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What? You can't respond to the writing prompt with an essay? It really just depends on what the writing prompt is, but if I get an idea I'd go for it.
 

SuiGeneris

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An essay is fine to. Really any form of writing you want to use is ok. I was just giving examples.
 
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