Caption Challenge: April #4

First the winner’s of last week’s challenge:

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Caption Challenge winner is: Kate Flournoy

‘Leave that to those of us who walk in the shadows. It’s what we’re here for after all… my lady.’

Six word story:

Six-Word-Story: Hannah Gaudette

“His words. Her actions. Final judgement.”

Congratulations, guys! And now for this week’s collage:

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Anyone can enter this caption challenge; the only requirement is that you keep your entries clean.🙂 You’ve two entries (you can pick one, or two both). One entry is a caption which should only be a few sentences long. The other is a six-word-story (which needs to tell a story, not just be a six word caption). I’ll post the winner in two weeks, as well as the next caption challenge!

Caption Challenge: April #3

First the winner’s of last week’s challenge:

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Caption Challenge winner is: Kate Flournoy

‘The storms of life
Have torn your past;
Shipwrecks mark your way.
And ever looking back you see
The dark that mars the day.
No compass granted ever was;
No map nor prophecy nor gauge.
But back is not the way to look—
It’s time to turn the page.’

Six word story:

Six-Word-Story: Quinton of Boron

“A book, a page, a destiny.”

Congratulations, guys! And now for this week’s collage:

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Anyone can enter this caption challenge; the only requirement is that you keep your entries clean.🙂 You’ve two entries (you can pick one, or two both). One entry is a caption which should only be a few sentences long. The other is a six-word-story (which needs to tell a story, not just be a six word caption). I’ll post the winner next Monday, as well as the next caption challenge!

Caption Challenge: April #2

First the winners from the last challenge:

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Caption Challenge winner is: Sarah

“No. It’s about time someone stood up for what’s right, and since no one else will, it might as well be me. So get used my rebellion.

Six word story:

Six-Word-Story: sleepwalkingmk

Normal meant life. Different meant death.

Congratulations, guys! And now for this week’s collage:

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Anyone can enter this caption challenge; the only requirement is that you keep your entries clean.🙂 You’ve two entries (you can pick one, or two both). One entry is a caption, the other is a six-word-story (which needs to tell a story, not just be a six word caption). I’ll post the winner next Monday, as well as the next caption challenge!

Caption Challenge: March #3

First the winners from the last challenge:

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Caption Challenge winner is: Kate Flournoy

‘Loyalty is not something to be bought at the price of death. A man may die a thousand times for something else… sir.’

Six-Word-Story: Annie Twitchell

“Darkness shattered, but so did he.”

Congratulations, guys! And now for this week’s collage:

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Anyone can enter this caption challenge; the only requirement is that you keep your entries clean.🙂 You’ve two entries (you can pick one, or two both). One entry is a caption, the other is a six-word-story (which needs to tell a story, not just be a six word caption). I’ll post the winner in two weeks, as well as the next caption challenge!

Caption Challenge: March #2

First the winners from the last challenge:

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Caption Challenge winner is: Anne of Lothlorien

“Are you afraid of the truth, my dear?”
“No more than you’re afraid of me.”

Six-Word-Story: Quinton of Boron

“Truth was found; and hope, destroyed.”

Congratulations, guys! And now for this week’s collage:

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Anyone can enter this caption challenge; the only requirement is that you keep your entries clean.🙂 You’ve two entries (you can pick one, or two both). One entry is a caption, the other is a six-word-story (which needs to tell a story, not just be a six word caption). I’ll post the winner next week, as well as the next caption challenge!

Caption Challenge: March #1

First the winners from the last challenge:

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Caption Challenge winner is: Rubix Cube

He was sent away in the beginning, when his powers were unexplainable. Men with helmets came and took him away. I remember mother crying. But there was one thing he could do that only I knew. He could read minds. When we met again as adults, we were strangers. I had never seen his face, and I was foreign to him. I was but crawling when he left. But when I heard his voice, I knew.

This was the voice that calmed my nightmares as a child.

Six-Word-Story: Corissa, Maiden of Praise

“Separated at birth, joined by enemies.”

Congratulations, guys! And now for this week’s collage:

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Anyone can enter this caption challenge; the only requirement is that you keep your entries clean.🙂 You’ve two entries (you can pick one, or two both). One entry is a caption, the other is a six-word-story (which needs to tell a story, not just be a six word caption). I’ll post the winner next week, as well as the next caption challenge!

March Prompt Challenge

At the beginning of January, I posted a prompt challenge for a complete scene instead of just a caption. Behold the prompt:

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And the winner is Anne of Lothlorien!

“He’s gone. You left him. You left him. You left…”
“I know!” she gasped to the icy gusts, dropping to her knees, her mind tortured with images. His gentle face. The blood on his back. The look in his eyes when she had fled. Pain and love. Such a deep love.
Her grip loosened from the flagpole and it fell to the ice. The sword in her other hand dropped until it too rested on the ground. It was over.
She had left him when he needed her. She had run when she should have fought. And now he was surely dead, and she was paying for it.
She just wanted to die.
She wanted to escape her haunting memories.
‘Please, let me die.’ She closed her eyes for what she hoped was the last time.
“Elyn!”
Her mind reeled. It couldn’t be… but it was his voice.
‘Get up. Open your eyes.’ She desperately wanted to, but she couldn’t. She was too cold.
“Elyn!”
She felt a warmth drape over her, and then she was being lifted, and carried away. Was she dead? Was this the White Shore?
Three words were breathed in her ear, in that voice she knew.
“I love you.”
She opened her eyes.
It was him. He was carrying her, wrapped in his cloak.
“I found you.” He said. “I love you.”
She reached up, hesitantly, and touched his cheek, wanting to be sure this wasn’t a taunting dream.
It wasn’t.
“I love you too.”

 

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You have 100-250 words to write a short story/scene that goes with this picture. You have until March 31st to submit your scene in the comments below. I’ll announce the winner in March.  Anyone can enter, but keep your entries clean. No swearing, no gore or sensuality. Have fun!

Caption Challenge: February #4

First the winners from the last challenge:

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Caption Challenge winner is: Corissa Maiden of Praise

“I think of you every time I brush her hair- it reminds me of the gold coin you gave me the day we met. I doubt not she would release me if I asked it, but she needs me, my love. Not only is she my mistress and my queen, she is my friend- and I am perhaps the only true friend she has left. A year’s delay will not diminish our love for each other- not even the fires of the east could do so. And so I’ll wait.”

Six-Word-Story: Fereleth, Carrier of Light

‘Race against Time, fighting for love.’

Congratulations, guys! And now for this week’s collage:

 

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All pictures from Pinterest

Anyone can enter this caption challenge; the only requirement is that you keep your entries clean.🙂 You’ve two entries (you can pick one, or two both). One entry is a caption, the other is a six-word-story (which needs to tell a story, not just be a six word caption). I’ll post the winner in two weeks along with the name of the winner and the next caption challenge!

 

Caption Challenge: February #3

First the winners from the last challenge:

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Caption Challenge winner is: Rebecca

She laughed, a broken sound that was full of hidden sorrows. “And what would I tell them? They cannot know, cannot understand, what it means to gamble an entire kingdom-and lose. I will never reveal to them our betrayal, nor burden them with a legacy of shadows.”

Six-Word-Story: Corissa Maiden of Praise

“A child’s ears aren’t easily deceived.”

Congratulations, guys! And now for this week’s collage.

 

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All pictures from Pinterest

Anyone can enter this caption challenge; the only requirement is that you keep your entries clean.🙂 You’ve two entries (you can pick one, or two both). One entry is a caption, the other is a six-word-story (which needs to tell a story, not just be a six word caption). On Saturday I’ll pick a winning caption and I’ll post it next Monday along with the name of the winner and the next caption challenge!

 

Caption Challenge: February #2

First the winners from the last challenge:

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Caption Challenge winner is: Corissa Maiden of Praise

“I was supposed to retire five years ago. This was supposed to be my last case. And I suppose, technically, it still is. But I never thought it would take this long. I’ve never failed before- I’ve been too stubborn. Prideful. But five years… and here I am, talking to your picture. I’m sorry Kenneth, but I have to quit before I snap. Good-bye, brother.”

Six-Word-Story: Odelia C.

“You know she’s gone. Give up.”

Congratulations, guys! And now for this week’s collage.

 

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All pictures from Pinterest

Anyone can enter this caption challenge; the only requirement is that you keep your entries clean.🙂 You’ve two entries (you can pick one, or two both). One entry is a caption, the other is a six-word-story (which needs to tell a story, not just be a six word caption). On Saturday I’ll pick a winning caption and I’ll post it next Monday along with the name of the winner and the next caption challenge!