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Write a 350 word or less story, imagining that you are Shakespeare himself (Shakespearean literacy does not apply), depicting an outback scene.
The night was calm. A cool breeze drifted across the tarnished ground, as I adored the stars in the sky. I walked into the ball and complained to the bloke who was taking me to the dress-up party, "Awwwh! Why do we need to do this?"
"Coz it's a break from those nasty days we've been havin' and plus it'll be some fun" he replied
"But why do I look like this?!" he just laughed and led me into the dance at the old Dubbo Gaol.
I was wearing a suit and half a mask. It made me feel as though I wasn't of this world, like we stepped onto the moon for that one night, I was looking fancy as if I we…
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- Write a 350 word or less story, imagining that you are Shakespeare himself (Shakespearean literacy does not apply), depicting an outback scene.
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