Wolf and Man

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Loved it

Truly enjoyed this postcard story. Brilliant and beautifully written.

Anonymous more than 6 years ago

Sublime

Masterful, finely-focused imagery. I loved it.

Sarah Mian more than 6 years ago

Beautiful

This one is my favourite. You make it effortless for the reader to become the character. You capture the emotion with great imagery and the wolf metaphor is perfect.

Anonymous more than 6 years ago

I really enjoyed this one. I

I really enjoyed this one. I liked the imagery and could picture it very clearly while reading.
Great job!

Meaghan more than 6 years ago

Wolf and Man

Congratulations to Ms. Forsythe.

- Bt

Bob Thurber more than 6 years ago

Nice...

"Three of his black hairs lay on the pillow beside her like careless pen strokes." Great story.

Ryan Turner more than 6 years ago

it's perfect. i was her for

it's perfect. i was her for the story. it's a postcard, but leaves you with the feeling you've read a good book. well done.

Ursula Twiss more than 7 years ago

call a spade a spade

So why could you just not call the thing a wolf?

Tim Taylor more than 7 years ago

too much eyes, not enough heart

You had a lot of vivid description, but I found that it got in the way of your story, and the emotions you were trying to convey.

Anonymous more than 7 years ago

It made me sleepy ...

... I couldn't pull myself through the second paragraph.

Sorry, but it's true.

Robert H. Elliott more than 7 years ago

this one is my favourite. it

this one is my favourite. it should have won first place.

Anonymous more than 7 years ago

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