Rings  August 5, 2010 - August 13, 2010

Contest Completed


White Gold Ring - For Whom the Bell Tolls
Gold Ring - Song of the Sigurd Stones
Silver Ring - Wingless Butterfly


The second object contest of the series (to get updates please join the group "Contested Trials").

I want you to write about rings, use them as a prop in your poem or story, or simply mention them briefly. They can be wedding rings, a toe ring, but they don't have to be a ring that goes on your finger/toe. It can be a wrestling ring, anything as long as it is legally referred to as a ring (not simply a circle you deem a ring). They don't have to be the main object or topic of the piece, but they have to be mentioned at least once. It can even be used as a metaphor or as an allegory, as long as it is a part of the writing.

NO BOOKS OR CHAPTERS! Short stories/plays must be 2000 or less. Poems obviously welcome!

You will be judged on grammar and spelling.


bragging rights


NS/NB, Canada


6 Contestants
6 Submissions
Created Aug 6, 2010