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More Great Entries From Our 15-Word 15th Anniversary Contest

As promised, here are some more entries from our 15th Anniversary contest that we really enjoyed. We love these entries and are pleased to share them with you!

Vincent Tolve of Indiana, wrote:


Seeing Eye dog for sale. Vicious biter. Will trade for right hand prosthesis. Color unimportant.

Craig Pierce of California, wrote:

Fifteen words, so much to write.
I guess I’ll leave
most of the page white.

Dixie Fremont-Smith Coskie of Massachusetts, wrote:

He abruptly shifted to the edge of the bed, the covers trailing, the moment lost.

And Sara J. Glerum of Washington, wrote:

That evening, when the dead alligator washed ashore, Jane’s hand turned up in its belly.

We loved these great entries! Please stay tuned for future contests from Writer’s Relief.

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