Oct 20, 2011

3 For Thursday Week 4 Prompt 1

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I am actually away from my computer during the day this week so this baby's running on auto-pilot…
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3 For Thursday
Week 4 Prompt #1
This weeks special prompt is a word provided by last weeks winner:

Definition: the dominance or leadership of one social group or nation over others; "the hegemony of a single member state is not incompatible with a genuine confederation"; "to say they have priority is not to say they have complete hegemony"; "the consolidation of the United States' hegemony over a new international economic system"
form of government, political system - the members of a social organization who are in power
Contest Starts at 11am
Contest Ends at noon
You have one hour to write 100 words including this word.
Next Contest Starts at noon with a sentence prompt followed by a word prompt at 1pm!

You can either:
Make this prompt a stand alone story
Build on it with the next prompts

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1 comment:

  1. Entry to Blind Challenge.

    Title: Breaking …

    Part 1

    The Council sat together in a dark room surrounding a round table, somewhat reminiscent of Camelot but not so friendly. This was a hegemony, a dictatorship. Even the cruelest monarchy would be preferable to the control these men had over the world.

    Sure, there were separate countries with their own rulers, but they all kowtowed to the Council. No one in the world have an independent thought without the Council’s approval. Yet they tried, brave men and women who wanted to free themselves from the shackles of the Council’s grip. Many tried and all died.

    Until …

    97 words


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