Editor's note: This submission was named the issue's Best Multi-Genre Work, which came with a $100 award.
While writing this paper, I felt that it was important for me to “let loose!” I didn’t know exactly what I wanted to write about, but I knew that my abstract topic had to be time. There were so many stories that could’ve been shared, but I believe the appropriate ones made it into the final draft. The writing process concerning this assignment served to be challenging at times, but that was only due to the need of capturing time properly in order to convey the story I had been trying to tell. I enjoyed creating these pieces mainly because there were no restrictions. Writing has always proved to be friendly to me even when I do not display the same kindness back to it. When writing about time, I knew the “right things” would be said because no one could experience those moments the way I had, not even the fictional ones. So, I’m glad to have gotten the opportunity to write these things down and to tell stories that have for so long been enclosed within my mind.
Jones, Amariá C.
"The Moment in Which Time Took Over,"
Line by Line: A Journal of Beginning Student Writing: Vol. 7
, Article 6.
Available at: https://ecommons.udayton.edu/lxl/vol7/iss1/6