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I Can Name That Life In Five Words

Describe your current life situation in five words, four with alliteration. Example: laughing at ludicrous lack works OR seems sour sweeti…

Started by realteal

21 Dec 6, 2009
Reply by Maricel Evasco

Personification "Prose" Poem

I've always enjoyed doing this particular creative writing lesson in class. It seems easy, but my students encounter some difficulties maki…

Started by Maricel Evasco

6 Nov 7, 2009
Reply by Apposite

Halloween Acrostic Poem

Heaven and hell's day of truce. All souls revisit the living with permission from Samhain Looking @ ghosts and goblins, witches on brooms…

Started by Maricel Evasco

1 Oct 31, 2009
Reply by ZenDog

La Calavera Catrina -poem, spell, or 50 word mini saga

Ok, Let's create a poem, spell, or 50 word mini saga centered upon La Calavera Catrina. “La Calavera Catrina,” a Mexican depiction of a…

Started by Maricel Evasco

7 Oct 18, 2009
Reply by Lily Roth

Friend

found you in the mist amongst all the others searching truth in words and love

Started by Rishi

2 Oct 16, 2009
Reply by Maricel Evasco

What would you name a movie after your life?

What would you name a movie after your life? maximum 3 words

Started by Maricel Evasco

2 Oct 12, 2009
Reply by Lily Roth

Euphemisms and words for Crazy

SOUND, DETONATION, CONNOTATION by David Hunter Sutherland Call me crazy, (mad with joy) place this simple heart languishing in harbor on…

Started by Maricel Evasco

18 Oct 10, 2009
Reply by Maricel Evasco

The Colloquialism in our Daily Lives

There are plenty of colloquialism examples in American speech. One such example is the phrase “What’s up?” Many of us would understand th…

Started by Maricel Evasco

2 Oct 9, 2009
Reply by Maricel Evasco

A Flash In The Pan Man

Knew a guy who would die for legs so long up came a spider and sat down beside him with legs so long and hairy he ran so wild and ran so fa…

Started by MrsCodgerprice

3 Oct 9, 2009
Reply by Maricel Evasco

Dismissals - Occupational Puns

When people lose their jobs they may be dismissed, sacked, fired or kicked out; they may be out on their ear or on their neck; they may be…

Started by Maricel Evasco

6 Sep 8, 2009
Reply by Maricel Evasco

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