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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Lock (03/06/06)

TITLE: The Escape Artist
By Joseph Weaver
03/10/06


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There was once a very talented escape artist. Even as a child he filled his spare time with picking locks, untying knots, and he even could escape from his chores. He could escape from a high-level security prison while hand cuffed, chained to the wall and tied up, all in only thirty minutes. Everyone thought that there was nothing this guy could escape from. He was so rich and prideful that soon he began to believe that he truly could escape from everything. He had about everything the world had to offer. Then on one fateful night while driving to his mansion he fell asleep at the wheel and crashed another car and he died. People came and were stunned that the one thing that he could not escape was the casket. He also found that he could not escape from sin.


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Jan Ackerson 03/14/06
Really good idea for a story--write this one out full-length!
Virginia Gorg03/16/06
"He could not escape from sin" is a good line - perhaps an expansion to remind us that we must escape from sin during life - it's too late if we wait until we die.
Jessica Schmit03/16/06
Expand, explain and explore! We want more. Great premise. Keep writing. I want to read more!
Marilyn Schnepp 03/18/06
Very interesting! The Title lured me in. Thanks.
Kurt Youngdale03/19/06
breif and to the point, nice job
Elaine Taylor03/24/06
Boy, you don't hold back any punches! Good job!