Wednesday, March 29, 2006

contests galore(again?!?)...crap!

hey i think i've mentioned it somewhere that our college has an arts fest and there's this whole short story and essay writing competition and stuff. well, guess what! it happened again. i don't think i've felt this restricted while writing since my english papers of old where we didn't have any choices when it came to topics. ok so let me detail out what i wrote, just in case even i forget...

in the short story thingy, the topic was 'the breeze in the morning'. as usual, i let myself run wild on the topic - this happened in my english papers too, in case i haven't mentioned. my main character was a werewolf. its a full moon night and he's out because its cloudy and he doesn't expect the moon to come out and transform him. he's thinkin about how he became a werewolf (gore galore, needless to say, lolz). then the moon comes out and he loses it and kills everyone in the city and everything is just covered in blood and guts when 'the breeze in the morning' blows by and the shreds of fabric that were his clothes rippled about in it. oh, he died while jumping off one roof and onto another - impaled himself on a spike. sigh, such a happy story, na?

essay writing was a wee bit different, with the topic being an argument on smart cities. after a perfectly nonsensical exordium, i wrote a whole bunch of ambiguous stuff which even i couldn't understand properly and ended up using a whole bunch of complicated words, not making any sense at all, and nullifying the topic...

i'm so proud of me! : )

3 Comments:

Blogger lookwhosback said...

typical stuff....maybe u shuld write horror movie scripts for hindi movies...will be fun to watch

21:04  
Blogger john said...

typical g-man short story...
hopin to read many of such g-man specials

00:59  
Blogger g-man said...

thanks a lot jahny bahy! (that's sposed to be a weird accent, lol). and shilps, hindi horror movies suck. at least mine had a point, however pointless the actual point was ;)

13:58  

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