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Good job. And you remained on topic. I enjoyed this. God Bless~
This is a clever take on the topic. I really enjoyed the fishing-related verbs you used. You did a nice job painting a picture of a scheming person sitting in a coffee shop, using his tools for evil.

I wasn't sure what CV stood for, though I'm sure a more computer-savvy person would understand it.

You did a really good job with this piece. I especially liked the ending.
Loved the title and the word play. I would have liked to see the metaphor pack a whallop at the end ... catch and release fishing? He's really going to do nothing with the passwords he stole ... just sport phishing?
Clever and creative, the wordplay creating so much image. Nice job!
Brilliant - Thoroughly enjoyed my first read on this site in a very long time - Glad I took your bait of a clever title.
The last line says it all.
I'm not a big fan of free-verse poetry, but its randomness gave the feeling of disorder, which is what SPAM does to our computers.
As usual:-), great writing. You cleverly portray the Pfisherman and his deeds with words that cause the reader to beg for more.

I like how you use cyber lingo - pfisher, byte, data stream...

Free verse at its best.
Congratulations on a job well done. God Bless~
Congratulations Mel, well done.
Great job, Melanie. I love your play on words. I always enjoy your stories, but you showed you can also write poetry.