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Highest Rankings for CENTURY/CENTURIES

The Challenge winners will be posted here two weeks after entries close for each topic, and the Highest Ranked entries will be posted sometime later that day or the next.

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Highest Rankings for CENTURY/CENTURIES

Postby Deb Porter » Fri Mar 04, 2011 12:01 am

TOP 20 - “CENTURIES” CHALLENGE
(Total number of Entries: 88 )

1 Adam's Lament by Lisa Fowler
2 The Palm of Madagascar by Sydney Avey
3 Deliverance by Melanie Kerr
4 The "Arz el-Rab" (Cedars of God) by Helen Curtis
5 Age--It's Relative by Beth LaBuff
6 In Lilacs and Violets by Jim McWhinnie
7 Forevermore by Sara Harricharan
8 I Hain't Got Long to Stay Here by Kathryn Randall
9 Mimi's Album by Rachel Dorsey
10 A Reason to Smile by Sarah Heywood
11 Dim View by Vincent Lyons
12 Passing the Test by Ruth Neilson
13 Heavenly Homonyms by Lillian Rhoades
14 Hooray for Y-2-May!! By Mona Purvis
15 Significant Ashes by Linda Germain
16 Inspired by a Steeple by Shanta Richard
17 Sealing the Gap by Frances Judge
18 An Unhurried Gyre of Years by Kenneth Bridge
19 Blest by Beth Muehlhausen
20 Nothing Ever Happens Until It Does by Michael Throne



TOP 12 LEVEL 1 - “CENTURIES” CHALLENGE
(Total number of Entries for Level One: 29 )

1 The "Arz el-Rab" (Cedars of God) by Helen Curtis
2 Mimi's Album by Rachel Dorsey
3 Inspired by a Steeple by Shanta Richard
4 Freedom's Wings by Bonnie Bowden
5 Steps by Eric Wharton
6 Silver-Scaled Summers by LaRae Lacrosse
7 Open Door by Rhonda Egging
8 My Boyhood Friend by LeRoy Dean
9 Gift From Another Century by Sheri King
10 Eternity is in the Heart of God by Gloria Pierre Dean
11 Nightfall by Megan Starbuck
12 Living Too Long by Anna Moody


TOP 7 LEVEL 2 - “CENTURIES” CHALLENGE
(Total number of Entries for Level Two: 15 )

1 The Palm of Madagascar by Sydney Avey
2 Let's Talk About Eternity by Leola Ogle
3 Grandparents - Looking at the Past as We Seek to Make an Impact on Our Grandchildren for the Future by Kaye Swain
4 My First Century in Heaven by Robert Johnson
5 In Their Footsteps by Noel Kline
6 Rock of Ages by Diana Kay
7 Ralph LuVerne Harmon by Jean Beier


TOP 12 LEVEL 3 - “CENTURIES” CHALLENGE
(Total number of Entries for Level Three: 23 )

1 Adam's Lament by Lisa Fowler
2 Forevermore by Sara Harricharan
3 I Hain't Got Long to Stay Here by Kathryn Randall
4 The Future Changes Everything by Theresa Santy
5 This Girl's Best Friend by Nancy Bucca
6 What of This Time? By Nicole Wian
7 Stitches in Time by Patricia Protzman
8 See You Tomorrow? Maybe Not by Judy Lawhon
9 Up From the Shadows by Amanda Brogan
10 A Melody of Peace by Jody Day
11 Centuries of Sufferings by Edmond Ng
12 Turn of the Sentry - A Devotional by Tim Pickl


TOP 10 LEVEL 4 - “CENTURIES” CHALLENGE
(Total number of Entries for Level Four: 21 )

1 Deliverance by Melanie Kerr
2 Age--It's Relative by Beth LaBuff
3 In Lilacs and Violets by Jim McWhinnie
4 A Reason to Smile by Sarah Heywood
5 Dim View by Vincent Lyons
6 Passing the Test by Ruth Neilson
7 Heavenly Homonyms by Lillian Rhoades
8 Hooray for Y-2-May!! By Mona Purvis
9 Significant Ashes by Linda Germain
10 Sealing the Gap by Frances Judge


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Re: Highest Rankings for CENTURY/CENTURIES

Postby Allison » Fri Mar 04, 2011 12:39 am

Congrats too all! And a special shout out to Ruth! Go Ruth!!!
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Postby seenthelight » Fri Mar 04, 2011 12:42 am

Wow, so close but thanks Judges, I'm honored.

PS--Scarlet named the first empire in my poem (The British Empire) anyone want to take a stab at who the sick man of Europe is?
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Postby di11 » Fri Mar 04, 2011 5:08 am

it is wonderful that there are 3 beginners and one level 2 entry in the top 20 this week :-). congratulations to everyone but particularly to those four people who all wrote amazing articles!!

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Postby Ben_Poet » Fri Mar 04, 2011 7:18 am

Congratulations, Ruth! I hadn't seen yours yet until I saw the results on this thread, so I went back and read it. Good poem!
My first thought was that the sick man is George III, who lost the thirteen colonies and later became mentally ill. But I realized that this was before Britain reached the peak of its power, so I'm wondering if I'm off.
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Postby lish1936 » Fri Mar 04, 2011 9:10 am

Thanks Shann for alerting me to the Ranking's List. This is somewhat of a watershed moment for me. I feel highly blessed and quite encouraged to have "ranked" in this level. I appreciate great writing, and am so concious of how much of a challenge that is for me hanging out among the greats in Level 4. A special shout out to Shanta.. This is her time to move up a little higher. :D

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Postby seenthelight » Fri Mar 04, 2011 9:13 am

Ben_Poet wrote:Congratulations, Ruth! I hadn't seen yours yet until I saw the results on this thread, so I went back and read it. Good poem!
My first thought was that the sick man is George III, who lost the thirteen colonies and later became mentally ill. But I realized that this was before Britain reached the peak of its power, so I'm wondering if I'm off.


Thanks Ben,
No it isn't George III, it isn't actually a person, but an Empire. If it helps any, it is an empire that dissolved after World War 1.
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Postby Amanda1991 » Fri Mar 04, 2011 11:50 am

Whoa. :shock: I was seriously not expecting to rank at all. Praise the Lord! And congrats to all the awesome winners. :thumbs (Who did much better than me. ;) )
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Postby itsjoanne » Fri Mar 04, 2011 1:02 pm

And here they are :)

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