Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Include this sentence

barleygrass.jpgWrite a story that contains one of these sentences.

To get started, try writing the sentence down on your page and continuing from it. Then if you find you need to build up to the sentence for the story to make sense, add sentences before it.
  • Winds seem horrible even though they are absent.
  • Families look dim despite the fact that they are old.
  • Brains will be content wherever anger arises.
  • Friends appear important as long as they are determined.
  • Skies could be inefficient until they find contentment.
  • Enthusiasts feel incompetent when they are doing what must be done.


Sentences generated at Writing Fix's First Sentence Creator: Deep Thoughts.
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