Anacruilicious!

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I'm a couple of days late for this, but Brendan Adkins's Anacrusis for 2005 February 7, titled "Keisha", is another excellent example of the Anacrusis form. For those who came in late, Anacrusis is a unique forced writing experiment where Adkins writes precisely 101 words of story, making each piece essentially self-contained, five days a week.

"Keisha" is a great example of the form -- fiction, but with a poetic feel. And it hit a great point about the second coming of Jesus, done in few words but very focused.

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