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Last chance to vote for your favorite opening line




At the time of posting, just three votes separate the three frontrunners in the final round of the 2011 Meager Puddle of Limelight Award for Best Opening Line. If you haven't already voted for your favorite contest, there's still time, but hurry, polling booths close today, January 22nd, 2012 at 6:00pm (US/Eastern).

Poll #1810709 2011 Puddle for Best opening Line: Final Round
This poll is closed.

From the list below, select the entry you think deserves to win the 2011 Meager Puddle of Limelight Award for Best Opening Line

At the beginning, you see, Time had not yet come into being.
5(6.5%)
The first words Henry Woods heard after his execution were, “You took long enough to get here.”
19(24.7%)
The goddamn robots were at it again
20(26.0%)
Last night, I dreamed of the drowned man again.
4(5.2%)
Miranda Lorensen was about to watch her brother die--again.
3(3.9%)
Nobody knew how and nobody knew why, but everywhere that Renee went the rain followed.
2(2.6%)
"Think of me as a time of year" whispered the raccoon, "like libraries in a late autumn afternoon."
18(23.4%)
You're all alone here, alone among the dead.
6(7.8%)

Links to the qualifying Heats
Heat one
Heat two
Heat three
Heat four
Heat five
Heat six
Heat seven
Heat eight

Final Round

Tags: best opening line, meager puddle of limelight awards, puddles
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