WRITING CONTEST #31: Use the word “resurrection” in a sentence

DEADLINE:    April 2nd 

SENTENCE WRITING CONTEST: Every Monday a new, interesting vocabulary word will be posted here, as well as a sentence using that word.

Your job is to create and post a new, better sentence in the comment box, using the same word. Yes, you may change the form of the word. Yes, I’ll be the judge. Yes, I am a subjective judge  ( I like clever or funny, I hate bigotry).

The winning sentence will be announced here the following Monday.

THIS WEEK’S WORD: ~ RESURRECTION ~   RESURRECT, RESURRECTED…  

Definition:   http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/

SENTENCE TO BEAT:    The dusty taste of Peeps resurrected memories from his early childhood, like the candy melting in his Easter basket wedged under the truck seat as they roved from town to town. 
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6 responses to “WRITING CONTEST #31: Use the word “resurrection” in a sentence

  1. As my eyes closed, resurrection became my soul’s thoughts of a heart’s revolution in a world of uncertainty made certain of love.

  2. My presence is the resurrection of the past the present and the infinite of my essence.

  3. In this time of zombie’s coming back to life in tv, books and movies, I am grateful for the one true Resurrection, where Jesus died on the cross for my sins, was buried three days in a dank cave, and rose again to stand at the right hand of the Father, taking the fear out of death when you believe.

  4. The invitation from her friend at work was too much to resist for someone bored to tears with her stagnant life. Hours later, she followed the group of giggling twenty-something’s into the club hoping for a resurrection of her non-existent social life, but and realized quickly that ten years and motherhood had taken the fun out of sharing a loud dance floor with a bunch of drunk and obnoxious men.

  5. Resurrection was his name as he walked through the tall prison doors, but something deep inside refused to let him take that first breath of freedom until both his feet hit the filthy city street outside.

  6. Bappa Nassara

    Not once has anybody tried to put a tax on resurrection, though the way the world’s turning might suggest it’s about damn time.

    Extra: A good (and topical) poem link:

    http://nale.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/Literature/MessageClear.pdf