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Group 9

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Top 5 Stories    Yellow =Audience Award

His Heart broke for the second time. He folded the letter and placed it back in his pocket. She wasn’t his mother. He still needed a kidney. by Jay Richardson [9]


Freeing his grip from the first chair’s neck, he realized he’d probably lost his only chance to say, “I don’t play second fiddle to anyone.” by Amanda Bhuket [9]


Liz lit a cigarette and watched as the fire spread to a second house. "Well, I won't try that again," she said with a shrug. by Jessica Jenkinson [9]


The tiara eluded her—dangling on the blonde cherub to her left. Her mom’s eyes fell with shame. Second place was a place for ugly children. by Anna Gates [9]


Traffic report warns students “A second dead turkey in the parking lot; try not to hit another one.” I should have gone to a bigger school… by K. Feiindert [9]

 

Top 25 Stories

She fingered the absence for a second. It was sore and nagging of the past. When it nursed, when it teased, when it defined her womanself. by Anna Gates [9]


The curtain rose slowly. The blinding lights flashed on. “In three, two, one …” A second later I was front and center. Naked. by Bryan Bansbach [9]


He cried out, "Wait a second!" Too late. The boy soared skywards. "I was going to say, don't fly too close to the sun, Icarus." by Caroline Coxon [9]


“And this little piggy had none!” she exclaimed. Without missing a beat the young nurse swiftly removed the patient’s second, gangrened toe. by Carrie Scott [9]


His Heart broke for the second time. He folded the letter and placed it back in his pocket. She wasn’t his mother. He still needed a kidney. by Jay Richardson [9]


Always second place. Second rate. Sloppy second. Second to all. Second fiddle. Yet, in but a split second, she knew she loved him. by David Price [9]


It was a second chance. For sure. Same place. Same scenario. And I was not going to loose it. Not this time. And I didn't. I kissed her. by Sudhanshu Garg [9]


The second I let go I knew I had made a horrible mistake. There was blood everywhere & my guests would be arriving at any minute by Evelyne Billingslea [9]


His car hit the guard rail & hung over the abyss. "Please give me a second chance!" he prayed. God replied, "You said that the last time." by Karen Dabney [9]


Nothing worse than coming home early and seeing your fiancé and a naked man blindfolded in your bedroom – then you see a second man. by K. Feiindert [9]


Freeing his grip from the first chair’s neck, he realized he’d probably lost his only chance to say, “I don’t play second fiddle to anyone.” by Amanda Bhuket [9]


Whew! I didn’t know these tandem bikes could corner so well. For a second there, I didn’t think we’d make that corner, did you, Bob? Bob? by Kimberly Conant [9]


Second chances should be granted for first impression between an ugly newborn meeting their roughly exhausted mother. They both need it. by Patrick Steward [9]


A second child. More work, less sleep, but Carey didn't mind. Her husband? More loaf, more loll, lazy & unkind. Carey? Now, his former wife. by Gina Fitch [9]


On their 1st anniversary, they made love in the Geo as a romantic gesture; on their second, she sped off in it with a finger gesture. by Susan Anderson [9]


They’d lied to him. It takes more than a second. He slipped his arm out from beneath her, and dressed in the dark with breath held tight. by Anna Gates [9]


It only took a second for their lives to change. The sex was regrettable. The test was positive. He proposed with hesitation. She said yes. by Elizabeh Quinn [9]


The second child was a surprise. He could not move his body, but he moved things. Big things, threatening his sister. And soon earth itself. by Sydney Mandt [9]


High school love. Pregnant? Abort! Split. New love. I do. Bliss. Routine. Sad. Divorce. High school reunion. Feelings still. Second chance. by Robin Farmer [9]


Liz lit a cigarette and watched as the fire spread to a second house. "Well, I won't try that again," she said with a shrug. by Jessica Jenkinson [9]


The tiara eluded her—dangling on the blonde cherub to her left. Her mom’s eyes fell with shame. Second place was a place for ugly children. by Anna Gates [9]


"Blood don't wash out." Mom Xplained while bandaging my fingertips. My violin ddn't care, so neither did I. I wldn't b moved 2 second chair. by Jerrod Bogard [9]


Traffic report warns students “A second dead turkey in the parking lot; try not to hit another one.” I should have gone to a bigger school… by K. Feiindert [9]


He looked into the refrigerator and smiled. The first half of the pie was gone but the second half was still there by Patience Northern [9]


The door rattled. Just a second! She spat while frantically wiping the blood off the bathroom floor. I won't ever carry a baby for that man! by Tina Iwamoto [9]

 

Group Participants

  Group Last Name First Name Shipping City State Country
9 Anderson Susan Olga WA US
9 babiasz thomas philadelphia PA US
9 Badgley Jennifer San Diego CA US
9 Bansbach Bryan Columbus OH US
9 Batot Robert Johnson City TN US
9 Bhuket Amanda Portland OR US
9 Billingslea Evelyne Winterville NC US
9 Bogard Jerrod Astoria NY US
9 Colen Thomas Glendale CA US
9 Conant Kimberly Edmonds WA US
9 Coxon Caroline Uckfield East Sussex GB
9 Crowell Jenn Hillsbor OR US
9 Dabney K. L. State College PA US
9 Davidson  Renee Holland  Brea CA US
9 Dawson Sarah Lynn West Hollywood CA US
9 Dunn Michael Joliet IL US
9 Farmer Robin Mechanicsville VA US
9 Feindert K. Sacramento CA US
9 Fitch Gina Brooklyn NY US
9 Gajda Andrew Schaumburg IL US
9 Garg Sudhanshu Bangalore   IN
9 Gates Anna Moraga CA US
9 Giri Anbika Inaruwa   NP
9 Hinders Cristin Noel San Diego CA US
9 Iwamoto Tina M. Honolulu HI US
9 jenkinson jessica los angeles CA US
9 Macfarlane Alan Salt Lake City UT US
9 Mandt Sydney Burien WA US
9 Marks Steffi  Modesto CA US
9 Maynard Mark Reno NV US
9 Meyer Kimberly Ana New York NY US
9 Morsi Reem London London GB
9 newman adam sandown NH US
9 Northern Patience Morgantown IN US
9 Price David Cupertino CA US
9 Quinn Elizabeth New York NY US
9 Richardson Jay simi valley CA US
9 Robinson William  Pasadena TX US
9 Scott Carrie San Francisco CA US
9 Senyard Daniel Austin TX US
9 Sparks Amy South Haven MN US
9 Stambolian Rich Flushing NY US
9 Steinrueck Angela San Francisco CA US
9 Steward Patrick Charlotte NC US
9 Stokes Mark Savannah GA US
9 Vagefi Joy Philadelphia PA US
9 Walker Linda Cypress TX US
9 Warswick Shawn El Paso TX US
9 Younkin Kim Columbus OH US

 

 

 

 

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