Richard, I'm not sure what you mean by "second tense," as that's not a grammatical term I've ever heard of. I wonder if you mean "second person."
If so, it would be very unusual to have a second person entry, where the POV character is "you." A second person POV would be something like this:You wonder where you left your car keys, and you look in all the places where they usually hide. They aren't in any of the places you look, so you decide to walk to the store...
That would make for an unusual entry, and you'd have to have a very compelling reason to write that way. In my many years here at FaithWriters, I only remember one or two entries written in second person.
However, I suspect that maybe you mean "present tense." Much of contemporary literary fiction is written in present tense. Here's an example of an old challenge entry of mine using that tense: http://www.faithwriters.com/wc-article- ... p?id=33355
I wrote a post on choosing the best tense for your challenge entry here: http://www.faithwriters.com/wc-article- ... p?id=33355
I hope this answer helped! If I misunderstood your question, please let me know and I'll try again.