March 6th, 2015 | 30 Entries

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30 Entries for “production”

  1. making things, cars, toys, etc. making a sound, producing a good tone on the violin.

    By Hussein Horack URL on 03.06.2015

  2. production production whats your function
    take a left at the junction
    shoot through to your luncheon
    no time anyway
    rocket passed me on the way
    i don’t to say
    your dun son

    By rob on 03.06.2015

  3. the consumption of his words brought on the production of dreams manifested
    but the corruption of his deception developed in her brain an equilibrium fully congested.

    By Sarah-Grace URL on 03.06.2015

  4. making, creating
    moving forward

    By JoanaV on 03.06.2015

  5. The production was a small one, held by a high school no one had heard of. The flyer was crumpled and faded. It had been in her coat pocket for a long time, longer than she remembered. She vaguely recalled a sunny afternoon and a walk by the older parts of town, a leaflet taken from a lady with a paper-thin smile.

    By Riannon on 03.06.2015

  6. My wrist was unstable to say the least. One bone glistening and strangely bloodless peeked through the skin. They’d told me the production line was the safest in Caveir County.

    By cindy on 03.06.2015

  7. I need to up the production in my life. Success happens to those who word with single minded focus to produce the necessary results. Life hear me roar so me sweat what needs to be sweated!

    By Tracey on 03.06.2015

  8. The production only took a few days though I wish it lasted longer. I hoped to be able to stay near him, spend a few more minutes with him, speak to him for just a little bit longer but alas, our jobs are done and so are we.

    By Spova on 03.06.2015

  9. The first colonists had arrived only three months ago, but had already built the outpost and started production of oxygen and water. Once Morris’ ship arrived, they would begin preparing the land for farming. It would take a generation for the outpost to become totally self sufficient, but after that, they had the whole planet to claim as their new home.

    By tonykeyesjapan URL on 03.06.2015

  10. The stage lights flash on. A hush falls over the audience, and over my thoughts, as I walk out upon the stage; ethereal lights glowing as if this were a fairytale. Whether my performance will be a dream or a nightmare, though, remains to be seen.

    By Shr on 03.06.2015

  11. i can hardly think straight
    ever since you left
    every fiber of my mind
    has been unraveled

    By Sage URL on 03.06.2015

  12. the pace, the taste of metal in the joints of my bones
    creaking, whining with the movements i make
    the taste of clenching my teeth

    By kj on 03.06.2015

  13. The production of souls requires the hearts many
    Hands from a beaver, nose of a monkey
    Eyes of a human
    Love is real

    By Kumquat on 03.06.2015

  14. Theatre, a show. What all actors and actresses live for. Used to entertain. Used to express. What I always want to be a part of.

    By Tyler Dawn Regan on 03.06.2015

  15. “It’s no use. We’ll have to close down the production.”

    “No,” I retorted, “we won’t.”

    It had been two weeks since we had begun rehearsal, and now we were in trouble with the city government. Allegedly, the space we were performing in was meant to be condemned, but I could see through this ruse. The mayor of the town, who I had refused to marry, was doing this to spite me, to foil me. I wasn’t going to let anyone get in my way.

    By Belinda Roddie URL on 03.06.2015

  16. The production was incredible. The make-up, the costumes. The problem was it was real life. That make-up the faces we put on for others to mask how we really feel. Those costumes, the personalities we wear to seem normal, to hide our weird, crazy selves.

    By Emma on 03.06.2015

  17. Sometimes I wish I wasn’t observant, I see things I shouldn’t see and feel things I shouldn’t feel.

    I can’t help it because all these feelings that my mind and heart produce are piling up, and I’m afraid that one day,

    I can’t stand it anymore.

    By abigail rae on 03.06.2015

  18. The creative process is not always one to be admired. With its ups and downs, with its curves and twists and loopholes and lack of rules, it can beautiful and it can be horrifying. It can be both at the same time. Nothing in this world can quite compare because, quite simply, it’s the outpouring of one’s mind upon paper or a keyboard or a canvas or a wall or even
    Or even maybe
    The skin of one’s body.

    By The Wanderer on 03.06.2015

  19. Production: be productive…be on top of the world.

    By Alyssa on 03.07.2015

  20. Production is the goal; happiness, kindness, sanity no longer matter. Why? So we can increase our profits, our earnings, our production. Because same as cows: that’s all we are good for.

    By Brittany on 03.07.2015

  21. The gears clinked and made grinding noises as they moved the belts. The men all sat in a line looking down on the objects that slowly moved in front of them, straining their necks. They assembled the pieces and watched their work continue down the belt.

    By Mykle Beck on 03.07.2015

  22. She picked up the camera and pressed the record button. Her group member, Key, walked over to provide her some help, but she pushed him away.


    “What?” She spat.

    “Why are you running away from me?” He asked. He picked up the tripod and started to set it up. “You promised, didn’t you?”

    “I’m sorry.”

    By J.A. on 03.07.2015

  23. Production is the making of a product or material. It can be something material or an event or something to watch or listen to. Production is the process of making the product. It must be organized and efficient in order to have a good product. It can be shipped around the world or shown around your local area.

    By Brenda Schulz on 03.07.2015

  24. I get concerned about production–am I producing deliverables fast enough? Am I working quickly enough, achieving what I need to achieve at the right time? The right way? Are there even answers to those questions? Am I too anxious about perfection and achievement? Am I over-working myself or is this normal?

    By PomPalms on 03.07.2015

  25. Chai Tea production…. with a Keurig. It tastes great with a bit of creamer added. I drink multiple cups each day just to keep my eyes open and looking alive. THe keurig is a great tool for those of us looking to create yummy things in no time flat.

    By MisoSweet on 03.07.2015

  26. I do not leave a response, however after reading through a few of the responses on | overcome writer’s block | site for writers | inspiration for
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    I do have a couple of questions for you if it’s okay. Is it simply me or does it appear like a few of
    the remarks appear as if they are written by brain dead folks?
    :-P And, if you are writing on additional social sites, I’d like to
    keep up with anything fresh you have to post. Could you list of every one of all your social sites like your linkedin profile,
    Facebook page or twitter feed?

    By bao co URL on 03.07.2015

  27. The cycle continues, whether or not we want it to. It starts with the fields, and the farmers with the deepworms in their pits. Eventually, the deepworms eat the farmers, and slither over the regurgitated corpses and out of the pits to the sea. There, they – we don’t know what they do. But it has been observed that not only do areas where deepworms are seen to enter, have thousands more deaths recorded yearly than anywhere else; but far higher fish rates. The fish feed the fishers, some of whom become farmers, and the cycle continues.

    By Sky on 03.07.2015

  28. I read the production like a pattern of fingerprints.
    Each ridge, each depression illuminates the way.
    Watch your step, mind the gap.

    By Intuition on 03.07.2015

  29. “You always make such a big production of everything!”

    I heard glass shatter from somewhere downstairs. I paused, curling into a tighter ball on my bed. I tried to stare at the book, tried to read beyond the first paragraph, but there were loud footsteps downstairs now. My father’s voice.

    “I make a big production? Jesus, who just broke half the mugs in the house because you came home drunk?”

    The mugs. I wonder if she broke the blue one, the one I made when I was five. I try not to care and read the first sentence again.

    By tentwelvefourteen on 03.07.2015

  30. Globalization has brought a beneficial increase of production to producer countries (rich countries) at the expense of consumer countries which become poorer (some of third-world countries).

    By Haoua on 03.07.2015