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“They are fleeing, we’ve driven them away.”
“Yes. Helen you ‘re safe now from the Greeks.”
Helen smiled, her face a heavenly dream.
“We celebrate! We drink wine! Rejoice!”
They did with huge fires to cook the oxen
Fuel shortages? Not with a wooden horse.

The End
Cleveland W. Gibson

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The following comments are for "Troy"
by Cleveland W. Gibson

I like your ending a lot; it's definately the focus of your piece. Since your ending is strong, I'd work on your word choice early on, since every word needs to count with fiction of this length.

( Posted by: jetman_jake [Member] On: February 3, 2005 )


That was my first instinct when reading the Illiad, "Burn it you fools!" Trojans, for what it's worth, didn't have the street smarts one might expect from them, oh well.

I liked your piece; very clever.

But alas, I will not rate it. You can though. That's right, you're allowed to rate your own work. So go for it, You could have a 100% rating! Imagine being the best of the best -- Along with everyone else...

( Posted by: dao05 [Member] On: February 3, 2005 )

Well thanks for reading 'Troy'. It was a fun piece.I quite enjoyed writing it. The constraint is the word limit. Too many words and the punch is lost.I'll have another look at it though.

( Posted by: Cleveland W. Gibson [Member] On: February 18, 2005 )

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