Ash Hayden

United States

"You can make anything by writing."
~C.S. Lewis

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Ash Hayden (United States) published:

The First Christmas (#mysecondcontest1)

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     Water, blankets, and feed, Amal repeated to himself. The inn was bursting with everyone from the Census. People from all over Israel flooded his home, the town of Bethlehem. His father, Benaiah, ran the inn. Everyone had to help, and Amal was told to take care of all of the animals. The stable was crowded, with everyone’s camels, donkeys, and horses, too many animals for the space they had. Amal walked over to the storage room, careful not...
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18 days ago

Ash Hayden (United States) published:

The Beginning of All

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    "And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters," you quietly whisper these beautifully chosen and mysterious words. You wrap your blanket tighter around your shoulders, and lay back, sinking into your soft bed. Just as you bring this book to your chest, a thought crosses your mind, a wonderful thought. A comforting thought. The creator of the universe, the...

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about 2 months ago

Ash Hayden (United States) published:

Looking for Opportunities...

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Hi! I am looking for more places to write, and expand my "skill set"... do any of you guys know of any websites or places like this that I can write on/for?

I appreciate any feedback! ;)

about 2 months ago

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Ash Hayden (United States) published:

The Only Home We've Got

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   As I tear off the corner of my delicious chewy granola bar, eager to devour the savory chocolate chips and sweet granola, the wrapper flies off in the wind, landing on the grass just behind me. I stare down the trash with squinted eyes. I debate whether I should pick up the wrapper, or leave it for somebody else to take care of. I decide to leave it, my carelessness and laziness wining over my compassion for our planet....

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