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Think Spring Writing Contest As the days become longer in the Northern hemisphere, write about what spring means to you! Our Pony Pals Magazine features these stories. Write about the state or region where you live, or any other topic relating to the theme. Your story can be fiction or nonfiction, your choice. One or more winning articles each month will get 3000 Wbucks and the writer will also get a pink saddle. All articles will be published in the Magazine. Articles must be at least 500 words long.

Grr... I have to renter a story cuz I moved to Oragon. ugh I will do it later a have to finish unpacking.
Varonnica & Vizeryn
2014-03-18 03:45:18
For me, Spring means new life. I love watching two cheeky foals grow to be amazing horses. Each day, their personalities reach their climax. Then the climax grows. The sweet, soft song of the birds fill my ears, waking me for the day ahead. Chicks calling for their food to come. Then the lambs. The lambs tumbling and twisting, hurdling and hurrying, learning and launching, so free. Calves, puppies, kittens, piglets, the list goes on. Nothing is better than watching something grow up. It could turn to be your best friend or your living nightmare but you help it to become an outstanding animal. No one else but you. I live in the UK (Leicestershire) and after seeing the industrial towns, long, glorious fields are the best setting for me. Especially when you're on the back of a horse. The world is seen in a different light. Even those little calves, puppies, kittens, piglets, lambs and of course, foals.


SpiritRider3101 & Shade
2014-03-18 17:05:50
I live in Oragon, Its vary green here. It is home to the Elk, Mountain lion, White tail and black tail deer, Bison, Moose and more! I am only here for a few days for a busness days. I have seen all the animals here and they are really awesome. I seen mountain lions hunt, Moose fight over females, One bison giving birth to her calf, and deer sparing. The beach their is amazing. It meets to the greenest pine in the state and the plants their thrive all over the place. I also seen wolves and coyotes build dens and regergate food for their young. I already know everything their is to know about animals. Like I said I am only spending a little time here but I like it here. Its SO green and their is lots of springs near here. The next trip I am going to Michagan!
Varonnica & Vizeryn
2014-03-19 23:11:46
cloud0112 & sky
2014-03-19 23:20:21
Hello Jane! I was just wondering when the winner will be announced. Thanks!

***ADMIN NOTE these stories are published in the Pony Pals magazine, each month upon publication writers are awarded 500 Wbucks for their story. ***

CoolHorseRider7891 & Warrior of the West
2014-03-23 18:09:37
I think spring is a very...alive season. Or at least in other places.
In Indiana, it is still very much like winter sometimes, sometimes like summer. A few days ago the butterflies and ladybugs were out, flowers were blooming, the air was fresh and there was a nice breeze blowing through. Yesterday, it was snowing. But on the days that it is very springlike, everyone is outside and playing and riding their skateboards, hanging out with friends, and whatnot.
My opinion on spring is that it is like a new beginning. We just got through a cold winter where everything had died. Spring is the time of year where those things revive and new things are born. I feel as if many things in our world have a chance of a new life, and that is something us humans do not get.

haily horse & Beauty
2014-03-26 23:42:23
This contest is now closed, look for all the Spring stories in our April 2014 magazine. Go to the Contests page


to see the current story contest!

Jane Crandal & JB
2014-04-02 20:59:43
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