Love's Devide Challenge Winners!!!

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This is the winners for my challenge Love Devide

Submitted: February 14, 2010

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Submitted: February 14, 2010

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Okay everyone let me say this first before I dive into the winners circle, it was hard to pick from the many talented writers who entered (and actually got their entries in) but I could only pick three winners. So without further Adieu let’s get into this.
 
 
First place: Be Mine, Valentine by VampireGirl
 
Let me just say this, wow. VampireGirl’s story was one I didn’t expect but I instantly felled in love with the story and the characters. The story is about a girl called Valentine who hates the fact that she shares the same name with that day. It’s a high-school love story with a twist that keeps you at the edge of your seat. I know I said no novels for the fact that I didn’t want to judge an unfinished story and although I feel that her story is far from over, I felt that there was enough there that I could judge it from. Congratulations, you deserve this. If you haven’t read this piece yet, I recommend you to do so.
 
 
Second Place: Valentine Surprise by Mommy3
Your piece, although the flow seemed out of place, went straight up into the winners because it captured the idea of the challenge perfectly. Mommy3’s poem was about an affair, where the female parent was dominate over the male, she commanded the husband to kill his wife and the tale turns into an astounding and funny piece, where the most obscured things happened. Well done! If you haven’t read this piece yet, I recommend you to do so.
 
 
 
Third place: Broken heart, poisonous chocolates and lustful words... Just another Valentine’s Day! By kkolivia
 
This poem had me almost to the point of tears; the heart break in it was so shattering that you could actually feel it happening. Well at least for me anyways. Kkoliva’s poem was about an on off relationship which never seemed to end. You were living this relationship through the girl’s eyes; you were able to feel the heartbreak of this girl, the mechivious ways she hid her feelings from the guy and the emotions she felt when they got back together. I recommend you to read this if you haven’t done so yet.
 
 
 
Well done to everyone who has entered, you all did wonderfully and for those of you who couldn’t finish their entries do not be discouraged, for there is always a next time!
 
And for those of you who have won, let me know what you would like me to read and I will get around to it as soon as I can. (refer to the prizes on the actual challenge page)


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