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It reminded her of strength. And whenever she thinks of iron, she thinks of his eyes. Dark and steely with a hint passion in them.
And it never fails to send her stomach fluttering when she finds herself staring deep down into them.
Those soulful eyes like iron.
By Dee on 10.10.2011
He was so strong, hard, never bending, a man of iron, or so it seemed – but a heart of marshmallow, so easily dented, mashed, burned. I should have stayed – didn’t know it at the time — he’s moved on, so have I.
By Colleen on 10.10.2011
I knew there was a reason this damn thing came so cheaply. Bloody rip off, bloody salesman. How in high holy heaven am I going to defeat a dragon with an iron sword? Is it really so hard to sell me a damn mithril sword when I ask for one?
By Bookwyrm URL on 10.10.2011
Iron makes me think of ironic. This term has been a bone of contention in my life for some time because I’m still not exactly sure what it means. My husband is an English teacher and each time he hears the Alanis Morissette song, he gets so upset because apparently none of it is actually ironic.
By Leslie Savva on 10.10.2011
i use an iron to take the wrinkles out of my clothes. there’s iron in my blood. you can see it line and pulse through my cardiac chambers. iron willed. iron hand. iron clad.
By Divya on 10.10.2011
my son’s name
By fusun on 10.10.2011
I pressed the iron to my arm, feeling the pain course through my skin as it ruptured my skin and dug itself deep into my soul. It was intoxicating, that feeling of utter control and power over my emotions. After all, feeling pain was better than nothing, right?
By monica on 10.10.2011
hard important material usualy used for tools and weapons alike…hard to obtain,it primal enemy beeing corosion,one of the indispensable materials of our days
By Matei on 10.10.2011
He always did like he always had done. Rule people with an iron fist, not understanding that this was bringing him more strife than good. Eventually, one day, he will understand, the hard way. The not so pain free way.
By Anton URL on 10.10.2011
I hate to iron clothes. It is something my mother tried to teach me to do and I just hated it and I still hate it. My husband irons his own shirts. I buy clothes that don’t need ironing. In the 21st century we shouldn’t need to iron things!
By elizabeth b URL on 10.10.2011
Iron is something inspiring to think about especially on days like today when you want to be strong. I wish I was an inanimate object like iron that when people tried to bend and bend and bend me I wouldn’t break because I was stronger than that. I would be unbreakable thus unconquerable thus finally my own being. That is a distant dream that will never come true, but still worth thinking about. Iron is my idol for the day.
By Screech on 10.10.2011
The iron bar is cold in his sweaty hands, eyes searching in the darkness for her figure. He hears a shout and spins around. He swings the iron, slicing the smoky woman in two. She lets out a screech as she disappears, body flashing and contorting. He smiles, gets a smile back.
By Veerin URL on 10.10.2011
Iron. Ironman. Challenge. To overcome. An Ironman is strong in more ways than just the physical. He is determined, he is mentally trained for the tasks at hand. An Ironman does not require steroids or other drugs to pump him up. An Ironman values hard work, training, and good sportsmanship.
By Anita on 10.10.2011
Flat ironing her hair with a plancha. I can remember looking up to her, even when she did ridiculous things like that. She was pretty and older and I wanted to be just like her. Then we grew up and pretty only lasted her so long. Once you realize there is more than just being pretty, it’s too late to develop anything else… like a personality. I wonder if she still uses that plancha.
By Mel URL on 10.10.2011
Cold and dark. I hear the steady drip of water on metal, and I know I’ll never leave this place.
I’m here for life, to be worked to my bare bones, for the profit, for the money, for the fat corporation owners who’ll never see my face, and never know my suffering.
By Merryn on 10.10.2011
The weathered rusty color is opposite of the strong will forged by powerful hands.
By amy777 URL on 10.10.2011
Iron can mean various things. It is a metallic element that is used industrially. It is also a mineral that can be used by the human body for different functions. It is considered essential in everyday life.
By camille on 10.10.2011
– Yes, I can see them!
– What? what do you see?
said the bartender. Rather curious about the dream that the gnomes were coming by!
By Ali Polatel URL on 10.10.2011
Those were all bananas, said the gnome with an iron belt.
Maybe, but the kings were in the cloud dancing at the time…
Weird as it might sound, this was the paradise for both of the clowns!
The iron was cold against her finger tips, the texture of it grainy. She stared at the wrinkles in front of her, barely able to make them out in the dark, and wondered how she would manage to get all of her chores done now that the power was out.
By Amai on 10.10.2011
Ugh! my head hurt so much. It felt like someone hit me in the head with an iron bar and knocked me out. I hated feeling like this on a Monday morning.
By Kendra Hicks URL on 10.10.2011
Iron. Isn’t that an element. It’s a metal. What kind of word is this? Am I supposed to write about a metal? This makes no sense. My mother also tells me I need more iron in my diet, so obviously it’s in food also. I’m so bored. I’m a unicorn. Pie. oooh, I like pie. A ton. A TON OF IRON!
By Kerrin URL on 10.10.2011
By Elena on 10.10.2011
Iron is strong, but not as strong as steel. Iron rides through our veins, keep us warm. I should be taking iron supplements, but I’m too lazy to do so.
By Kristin URL on 10.10.2011
Blood. Beef. Cold and metallic. A tongue stuck to a flagpole in a funny movie.
By marsgrrl URL on 10.10.2011
the hard taste on my tounge. it makes me alive and awake. the need for it in my blood and the disgust it gives me when i am surounded by it. makes me want to eat cotton
By Rikke on 10.10.2011
this is fun
i have an old one
By naomi on 10.10.2011
strong avatar clothes
By 123 on 10.10.2011
Maiden, Fist, Steel, No more Iron horses ’cause I’m buyin’ Porsche’s, and the Ghost-face Killaaa uhhh uhhh uhhhhhhhh neva could get illah.
By BenZee561 URL on 10.10.2011
I no longer use an iron. I bought a portable steamer and prefer that over the iron that left a burn mark on my forearm when I was 11 years old.
By j5j URL on 10.10.2011
hard metal so strong, has fortitude to last long in the heat of adversity. living in the big city, your will is tried constantly.
By Bo on 10.10.2011
He bought wrinkle-free bed sheets because he didn’t know how to iron. They were black and made him look like the kind of man he didn’t yet know he didn’t want to be.
By Dan on 10.10.2011
Iron. I always have an iron deficiency… which is really annoying when I try to donate blood. I’ve donated blood since I was 17, it’s a cause I really believe in, but lately I’ve had all of these posters and commericials telling me “DONATE BLOOD! SAVE LIVES!” and I haven’t been able to donate because my hemoglobin is always too low.
By Samantha on 10.10.2011
He pushed against the weight on his chest. Every ounce of strength in his body went into the action, every last bit of hope, every piece of him that still wanted to survive. But the iron was too heavy; he was trapped.
By nichole URL on 10.10.2011
Sometimes its hard as iron to impress people for hire.
It is pretty incredible to become renowned in the world – people refer to them as iron leaders.
By curtis URL on 10.10.2011
Iron is one of the elements and is used to build things such as bridges. an iron is also an item that people use to make their clothes not crinkly and nice looking for going to work. An iron is a verb and a noun! Actually it’s two nouns! I believe iron is a metal and is very strong.
By Kristin on 10.10.2011
heavy, red brown river, full of iron rich silt, unstoppable in its bludgeoning flow.
By georgie on 10.10.2011
This morning was the same as any mundane Monday morning. I got up, took the dog out, hopped in the shower and iron my clothes. The smooth coldness of the iron was quickly replaced by hot steam.
By Madeline on 10.10.2011
You hold hundreds of pounds in your hands, lifting for a brief moment and releasing. You take smaller fistfulls and curl them towards you. You hold me as you held them, tight and fast, weightless, bringing us closer to you.
By emay URL on 10.10.2011
for the first time in years, his iron hand broke my heart instead of my nose.
By stephaniewrites URL on 10.10.2011
a division of Identity Crisis, Inc.