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SPARKS MiniChallenge 75 words or less Megan stared at the stain
by jodie banner
03/20/08
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LIFE

Megan stared
At the stain,
Horrified
At this remain.

Acrid stench,
Wailing cry,
Why did you
Have to die?

Tiny child,
Left for dead,
On this rank
Dirty bed.

Suddenly
Hope anew,
Movement seen,
Hey there,you.


GENIUS

Megan stared
At the stain,
Horrified
Deep disdain.

Once again
Naughty child
Disobeyed
Just went wild.

Crayon marks,
Glitter glue,
Shining face,
Something new.

Masterpiece
In her hand
Ocean blue,
Glitter sand.

Vacuum rugs,
Wash the walls,
Proudly hang
In the hall.



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Member Comments
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Glynis Becker  27 Mar 2008
Congratulations on the win...these are awesome!!!
Jan Ackerson  26 Mar 2008
Congratulations, Jodie--you're one of the winners of this week's mini-challenge. See the message boards for more details.
Karen Wilber  26 Mar 2008
Congrats! This was my favorite entry this week.
Pat Guy  24 Mar 2008
These are awesomely done. LOVED them both.
Holly Westefeld 22 Mar 2008
I like both happy endings. I'd love a more detailed picture of what was going on around the first poem. The second reminds me to be prepared to be patient with grandchildren.
Joanney Uthe 21 Mar 2008
Two totally different poems from the same first lines! These are wonderful. Thanks for the hope at the end of the first one.
Kristen Hester 21 Mar 2008
Perfect-o. I love these. Priceless!
Lyn Churchyard 21 Mar 2008
There is no end to your talent! Two poems, you took up the challenge and succeeded! Super job.
Loren T. Lowery 21 Mar 2008
Jodie, I'm glad you submitted again. These are awesome...so much depth and meaning in so few words. Wow!
May Flowers 21 Mar 2008
I am amazed at what can be conveyed in every writing. Your poems are truly inspired.
Mo 21 Mar 2008
Very nice! I especially liked the 2nd 1.
Karen Wilber  21 Mar 2008
Jodie, these are great. You are amazing--two completely different poems from the same opening line. Different feel, everything. You nailed this challenge.
Tim Pickl 20 Mar 2008
Absolutely Astounding! A+ A+!
Jan Ackerson  20 Mar 2008
Jodie, these are totally amazing!!! Wow, I'm astounded.




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