The Official Writing Challenge
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Very interesting--I loved the title, too. I had to read this twice to fully realize where the transitions were from daydream/vision to reality--probably because both settings were unfamiliar to me, and I thought they were all the same at first. My fault, though, not yours. This is well-written and thought-provoking.
Wow! This is so intense and creatively written. I really enjoy your style.
The descriptions you gave of the starving people in the vision scene is so unforgettable! I have never read something as vivid, and yet, on the mark, for hunger, death, and famine. Excellent writing. I'll never forget the walking skeletons and the tossed aside child.
Congratulations, Chong. Your entry has placed 6th in Level 2. The Lists for the Top 15 in each Level and the Top 40 overall is available in the Weekly Results and Highest Rankings forum of our Faithwriters Message Boards
To God be all glories.
I want to portray how petty the concerns of our lives can be, compared to the people who had nothing.
And most importantly, the helplessness of the starving children, the plentiness of those of us in more fortunate setting, and how we can be that bridge to bring forth equality.